Stricter curfew rules come into force, police intensify checks

Negative test result required when going to work or doing sports in nature.

Police control at the border crossing in Drietomá (Trenčín Region).Police control at the border crossing in Drietomá (Trenčín Region). (Source: TASR)

Following the stricter rules for curfew that came into force on January 27, police have intensified their road checks.

A negative PCR or antigen test result is now required when travelling to work, the bank or out to nature. People do not have to show one when going to essential shops (like groceries, chemists, pharmacies or shops selling fodder for animals).

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