First country in Europe announced the end of the COVID epidemic

Coronavirus epidemic ends in Slovenia

Slovenia announced the end of the coronavirus epidemic, although a number of restrictions will still apply.

Slovenian authorities have announced the end of the COVID-19 epidemic in the country since Wednesday. However, vaccination of the population and the effect of some restrictive measures will continue. This was announced on Tuesday, June 15, by Minister Janez Poklukara.

According to the Ministry of Health of Slovenia, in the country with two million inhabitants, only 112 people infected with coronavirus have been identified in the last 24 hours, and two patients have died. 769,248 residents of Slovenia received one dose of various vaccines of Western production, 551,906 adults were fully immunized. There are 122 patients in hospitals, of which 40 are in intensive care units.

“From tomorrow, the epidemic is formally over in Slovenia, but the fight against coronavirus has not yet been completed. Thus, vaccination remains a key measure for controlling the epidemic. The future of the EU is based on solidarity and cooperation with common values ​​and goals of vaccination,” the Ministry of Health said on Twitter words of Minister Janez Poklukar.

The republic maintains the requirement to wear protective masks in closed spaces, as well as restrictions on the number of people present in the premises and the requirement to maintain a distance. There is also a constantly updated list of countries of the “red zone”, upon arrival from which it is necessary to undergo quarantine.

The COVID-19 epidemic was officially again after the previous cancellation proclaimed throughout Slovenia on 19 October 2020.

A few days earlier it was reported that Germany extended the epidemic regime until the end of September.

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