LAST WEEK IN SLOVAKIA

Of people and viruses

The government keeps tightening measures. But it is not all about the corona in Slovakia these days.

Igor Matovic, Veronika Remisova, and Richard Sulik. Igor Matovic, Veronika Remisova, and Richard Sulik. (Source: TASR)

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Slovaks are not dancing on their balconies (yet), but strict, nation-wide measures have been taken to avoid a fate similar to Italy’s.

But it’s not all about the coronavirus in Slovakia: the future prime minister has put together his government and after a round of arrests, several judges and a former deputy minister ended up behind bars in involuntary isolation following severe corruption charges.

Coronavirus sends Slovaks home

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