The government of the European Country, Slovakia has declared their country free from the pandemic, Coronavirus.
The Prime Minister of the country, Janez Jansa told the parliament during a conference that the country has recorded less than seven cases of Coronavirus in the country for the past two weeks.
Slovakia Prime Minister, Janez Jansa said;
“Since the danger of spreading the COVID-19 virus remains, some general and special measures like public gatherings remain banned.
“People now arriving in Slovenia from other European Union states will no longer go into mandatory quarantine but those from no EU states will quarantine of at least 14 days.
“As for foreign citizens who show signs of coronavirus infection, they will not be allowed to enter the country.”
“Citizens will still have to follow basic rules to prevent a possible spread of infection like wear masks in indoor public spaces, stand at least 1.5 metres (5 feet) apart, and disinfect hands upon entering public spaces.
“Slovenia has tamed the epidemic over the past two months.Today, Slovenia has the best epidemiological picture in Europe,”
He also said footbal will be back into action on the 23rd of May, 2020 and that some of the things that were provided because of he pandemic like financial aid and so on would expire at the of May, 2020.
In conclusion to the end of Coronavirus in Slovakia, the country recorded 1,464 cases and 103 deaths.