Exemptions from the curfew will be extended by two more points. It will apply to the journey for the purpose of individual spiritual care and the journey back. However, the anti-epidemiological measures set out in the Decree of the Public Health Office of the Slovak Republic will have to be complied with. This was approved by the government cabinet at its meeting on Wednesday.
In addition, they approved another exemption from the curfew, for the purpose of staying in the wild for the holder of the hunting license in order to comply with the measures against the spread of African swine fever and on the way back. Also in this case, it will be important to comply with the anti-epidemiological measures set out in the decree of the Public Health Office of the Slovak Republic. Both exemptions will apply from Thursday, April 1.
The result of a negative antigen test or RT-PCR test from 1 to 4 April will be available to the public until 11 April, even where a negative test result not older than seven days is required.
Deputy Prime Minister Veronika Remišová (For the People) in connection with the opening of churches before the beginning of the government meeting said that they do not have any materials on this topic for the meeting.
She noted that there was only talk of individual visits to churches. “Easter is one of the biggest Christian holidays of the year, and I can imagine that individual church visits could be allowed,” she said.
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