In Slovenia, an 11-day strict ban has come into effect, and the authorities hope to reduce the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic and the rapid growth of the epidemic curve. In the past 24 hours, there were 1,335 new infections in the country.
Although the number of confirmed new infections is lower than yesterday, the proportion of positive results is even higher, reaching 23.7%. This is a worrying number and there are reasons to take lock-in measures.
Restrictive measures that will take effect in the next ten days include online education, closure of regional borders, prohibition of entry into countries on the red list, minimizing public administration and public transportation work, and closing most services and sports activities. It is recommended that employers allow work at home or take vacations. The purpose of all these jobs is to eliminate the third wave of danger and reduce the number of new hospitalizations.
As of Monday, only PCR testing is allowed to enter Slovenia, and it is not as antigenic as before, and residents of Slovenia are banned from entering countries on the red epidemiological list and are threatened with high fines.
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health, there are 13,395 live cases in the country, which are increasing, and the number of hospitalizations is also increasing, currently at 518. The death toll is still lower than the death toll during the second wave. Pandemic vaccination among the elderly. There were 7 new deaths, and the total death toll rose to 4,054.
Public gatherings are prohibited (except Easter), and cafes, restaurants, salons, clothing stores, and hair salons are closed.
Masks must also be worn outdoors, and during the holidays, public transportation will be used for the next 11 days.
The average number of new infections among people who were not checked last week was 1,027, so the actual daily number of infections may range from four to five thousand.
Now, the main reason for the third pandemic in Slovenia is the main British variant of the virus. Since the number of multiplications of the pandemic spread of the virus is more than one, it cannot be controlled without closure. In the second pandemic, he warned Cizelj, It avoids consequences worse than those recorded.
According to Cizelj, it is believed that of the confirmed infections today, about 80 people will be hospitalized and more than a dozen people will die, and the impact will be felt only two weeks after the closure is completed. It is estimated that there will be no British variant of the virus, and the pandemic in Slovenia will end in May.
In the center of Ljubljana, some Slovenian associations and NGOs protested the closure of the Kovida 19 pandemic, which was popular on the 19th, and said that the measure was “illogical and unreasonable” and called on the government to reconsider and Take measures.Adopt a new solution
Slovenian media reported that afternoon that educators, catering workers, parents of children who were introduced to participate in online courses, taxi drivers, athletes and other groups protested.
In recent days, in Slovenia, new social life has been closed, border restrictions, and reduced economic and sports activities, transportation and state administration have been increasingly opposed and expressed dissatisfaction. On the other hand, the government cited expert opinions and believed that 11-day detention was inevitable.
Slovenia’s left-wing opposition blocked the Janice Jansa government’s removal of Congress Speaker Igor Zorcic on Tuesday, and the government did not vote for it. On the 19th, Prime Minister Janša strangled the free media and hoped to put the judicial system and other independent state institutions under his control.
President Borut Pahor supports the imprisonment introduced today, and he called on his compatriots to respect the 11-day imprisonment introduced and to maintain patience and optimism so that the health crisis caused by the intensified covida-19 epidemic can be brought to an end.