Slovaks smoke less than 10 years ago. Former tennis player who skipped the vaccination line helped at a hospital.
Leaked documents show the recipients of the Labour Ministry’s 2020 subsidies were favoured even though they did not achieve the highest score in the competition.
He may spend one to five years in prison.
It will have to pay €135,000.
The city plans to establish temporary testing points.
The total number of cases has exceeded 229,200.
Health minister admits resignation if alert system not observed. Slovak diplomat has a new lucrative post.
Slovak politicians respond to the detention of Alexei Navalny.
The testing also took place in Košice and its surroundings, and Banská Bystrica.
Here are some of the answers to questions about the ongoing mass testing.
Mass testing, which the government has now branded as screening, starts tomorrow.
More details will be presented tomorrow.
Health care facilities can now be fined for undue preferential vaccination.
Police investigate reported surveillance of journalist. Wolf will be protected all year long.
Quotas for the hunting of wolves used to cause conflicts between ministries every year.
Police launch criminal prosecution after Denník N reporter said she was followed and opposition MP Robert Fico wrote about her private life.
Bratislava-based company develops a unique PCR test to detect the British strain of coronavirus. Education Ministry has officially confirmed schools will remain closed after January 18.
Matovič has the right as PM to remove Sulík from office but has not done it so far.
Critics and coalition partners speak up against the proposed revision to the public procurement law, authored by Sme Rodina minister.
Ombudswoman Mária Patakyová is already dealing with the case.