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In Slovakia, will be fined for going on vacation abroad

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Citizens who have vacationed abroad since the beginning of the year have brought in new strains of coronavirus. Now such foreign travel lovers will be fined €1 thousand.

In Slovakia, from Saturday, March 20, a temporary ban on traveling abroad is being introduced. Those who violate the order will be fined one thousand euros. The authorities imposed a ban due to the situation with the spread of the coronavirus.

New COVID strains are being recorded in the country, which was brought by residents who were vacationing abroad. Since the beginning of 2021, about 30 thousand Slovaks have traveled outside the country.

The emergency regime in Slovakia has been in effect since October 1, 2020, and since January 1, quarantine aimed at minimizing contacts of citizens has been tightened. From 20:00 to 01:00 there is a curfew, and from 05:00 to 20:00 it is forbidden to leave the premises without a good reason.

The population of Slovakia is about 5.5 million citizens, of whom more than 346 thousand people fell ill with the coronavirus. The number of deaths is about nine thousand.

We also wrote that in Slovakia, the first death was recorded after the COVID vaccination. An autopsy of a young woman vaccinated with AstraZeneca showed cerebral edema, thrombophilia, and pulmonary embolism.

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