Ivan Korčok will be appointed the new Foreign Affairs Minister on April 8.
The Bratislava Region Police Department initially refused to lay him off.
A new curfew-like measure is in place from April 8 until April 13.
City council calls on Bratislavans to avoid crowded places and take only the window seat on public transport.
The Health Ministry is looking for a way to engage them. It is one of the ways the government is looking to secure enough health care professionals to walk Slovakia through the crisis.
Questions about stricter limits on people's movement during Easter holidays answered.
They plan to donate 100,000 tests to the state.
The total number of cases has exceeded 580.
The government toughens up measures on the movement of people at its April 6 session.
The verdict is not valid yet, the prosecutor has appealed.
The laureates will be announced in June.
There will be some exceptions.
The supplier claims they only need an EU certificate to sell them.
They will not be in front of every facility though.
A lawyer is critical of the plan to publish the information contained in the coronavirus map.
Rules for financial aid for businesses, new rules for people arriving in Slovakia and news about testing. Read your overview of news from the weekend.
The measures will be in place until further notice.
Meeting relatives and friends is not advised, but outings into nature within one's own district will be allowed.
All but one MP signed the agreement, normally just leaders of coalition parties sign this document.
Testing of people from settlements has started. Read your overview of news from Slovakia from April 3.