According to the Ministry of Health, the night curfew will no longer apply from Monday, January 10. According to Zuzana Eliášová, a spokeswoman for the ministry, all existing measures concerning shops, the operation of services, hotel facilities, ski resorts and long-distance travel remain in force.
In addition, primary and secondary schools will open from Monday, but will be subject to strict anti-epidemic measures. Veils will be compulsory from the first year of primary school and parents are strongly advised to test their children before starting school and to repeat these tests twice a week.
The school regime will be governed by a school traffic light, which regulates the classroom regime in the event of positive cases in classrooms and schools.
The entry into shops, operations of services or restaurants will, as before, be governed by the decrees of the Public Health Office of the Slovak Republic. Essential stores will operate in base mode. They will therefore be accessible to everyone, regardless of their immunization status.
Non-essential shops, services and restaurants will only be open to people who have been fully vaccinated or have contracted Covid-19 in the last 6 months.
Hotels (including the obligation of a negative test), ski resorts or religious services will continue to operate in the OP regime (vaccinations / after overcoming) on the basis of currently valid decrees of the Public Health Office. The OTP regime on express trains, IC trains and long-distance bus routes remains in force. The state of emergency continues to apply, as the government declared it for 90 days.
- On Monday, the children return to school and the school traffic light starts.
- Restaurants remain open to those vaccinated and those who have overcome Covid-19.
- The regime in hotels and ski resorts remains unchanged.
- Non-essential shops and services remain open in the OP regime.
- The OTP mode in high-speed, IC and long-distance buses remains in force.
- An assembly ban of more than 6 people still applies.
Source: Pravda – Správy by spravy.pravda.sk.
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