The total number of cases has increased to 1,521.
Court proceeding over controversial cheques postponed and the police reportedly detained the head of the Bratislava ring-road constructor. Roundup of news from May 29.
Political preferences play a role, the recent poll suggests.
Bratislava offers diverse alternative transport.
Trnava-based carmaker will be the first auto producer to return to its pre-crisis operation.
What international media are writing about the coronavirus in Slovakia and its strategy to contain the outbreak.
Pellegrini departure would mean further radicalisation of party, warns analyst.
Chief hygienist announced further exceptions, effective from May 28 noon.
Although they welcome the changes, foreign doctors point to several problematic points.
The Ellisons had no idea about Operation Anthropoid, which resulted in the assassination of the main Holocaust architect by Czechoslovak paratroopers.
PM Igor Matovič has not said when the state of emergency will be over.
People who had visited the Philippines, United Arab Emirates and other countries tested positive with COVID-19.
Young people living in smaller towns are more pessimistic.
Schools are dealing with common, COVID-related issues differently.
Hungary will open its border with Slovakia. More people favour self-isolation over state quarantine.
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He praised farmers last year, but reprimands fitness trainers now.
Bratislava estimates the COVID-19-related drop in its budget at €40 million this year.
Slovakia launched discussions with its neighbours to loosen the regime on their mutual borders.
Group of experts has updated some conditions for measures eased in the fourth stage.