Due to the improvement of the epidemiological situation, the Slovenian government withdrew its decision to ban organized public gatherings of more than 50 people if the required physical distance was maintained at the gathering and the gathering was reported.
According to the law on public gatherings, people can gather at public events and gatherings from Saturday. If the organizer is known, the government will announce it after the communications conference last night.
For indoor spaces, the rule is that a person participating in such activities must provide 10 square meters of space, and the distance between them must be at least 1 meter and a half, unless they are from the same family and wear masks at the same time. Mandatory.
The decision is valid until the end of May and may be changed in the future based on the epidemiological situation.
The Expo is again allowed, and only those who have been vaccinated, have received covid-19 treatment, or have received a negative test for coronavirus can enter the indoor Expo venue.
In addition to being able to extract food, goods or beverages in places with the least contact with consumers, it is also allowed to consume food and beverages at the collection location (but only on the table) under conditions already applicable to restaurants.
According to the same government decision, spectators are allowed to participate in sports events again, but only if a place between spectators must be free, unless it is about people from the same family.
The Slovenian government announced today that in the past 24 hours, 411 new cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed through the 4136 PCR test, of which 3 cases of covid-19 patients have died.
She pointed out that the epidemiological situation is still improving, so the proportion of positive results in the test subjects has dropped to 8%.
The hospital treated a total of 348 comorbid patients, of which 111 were in the intensive care unit, and the average number of infections per week dropped from 384 to 372.
So far, a total of 4,345 people have died of the disease, but due to the increase in the number of vaccinated people, the death rate has dropped sharply. According to official data, 608,517 people had been vaccinated by Thursday, accounting for about 29% of the total population, of which 313,401 received two doses.