UPDATED: 5. NOV 2020, AT 7:52

PM Matovič is in home isolation

He announced on Facebook that he came into contact with a coronavirus-positive person.

PM Igor MatovičPM Igor Matovič (Source: TASR)

PM Igor Matovič (OĽaNO) will stay in home isolation after meeting with a coronavirus-positive person.

"The rules must be the same for everybody," Matovič wrote on Facebook on the afternoon of November 4.

Earlier that day, he met with President Zuzana Čaputová. They discussed the nationwide testing and the planned measures, including the introduction of the testing on borders and the establishment of mobile testing sites in district capitals.

Meanwhile, Defence Minister Jaroslav Naď (OĽaNO) also wrote on Facebook that he stays in home isolation after meeting with a positively diagnosed person.

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