Fears over intense spread in settlements.
The publisher of the Nota Bene magazine has launched a collection to help people without homes.
Your overview of the coronavirus in Slovakia and other news from politics and business on April 2.
The respirators designed to be used multiple times.
In some areas the temperatures will drop to -8 degrees Celsius.
Lajčák’s primary diplomatic focus has been in the Balkans.
Read your overview of news about the coronavirus in Slovakia and other news from politics and business on April 1.
Not all coalition partners support the idea to switch off everything for a few weeks.
Remote teaching is not just fancy conference calls. Teachers have to show their resourcefulness.
PM Igor Matovič ready to give up his salary.
They officially ended their office at the end of March.
Elderly people receive it for free.
Self-quarantine stops women in need from calling a helpline.
Scientists aim to unearth genetic information of SARS-CoV-2.
Aid for businesses goes to parliament, along with a measure about the residency of foreigners. Read your overview of news from Slovakia on March 31.
The former foreign affairs minister is one of Slovakia's top diplomats.
On the peak day (110th) 1,030 patients will need ventilators.
Experts expect the peak in early July, but fewer infections than originally expected. Measures will need to last for more weeks, they say.
Farmers ask people not to promenade on fields, while a furniture producer lays off most staff. Read the overview of news from March 30.
Though the data is unavailable for now, it should be accessible to the public later.