Slovak mountains are overcrowded. People are queuing to get to the top

If you are heading to the High Tatras, arm yourself with patience.

(Source: TASR)

Let’s spend our holidays in Slovakia, called epidemiologists as measures against the spread of novel coronavirus were lifting. They reminded us that the infection was brought to Slovakia from abroad and people should be cautious and enjoy their holidays in their own country.

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The newest videos and photos circulating around the social networks show that many people turned a sympathetic ear to those calls. That, coupled with the warm and sunny weather, ideal for outdoor activities, that the last week of July has brought, has turned the popular spots in the Slovak mountains into melting pots.

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