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Slovakia orders partial lockdown from Saturday until Nov 1

Reuters | Bratislava | Updated: 22-10-2020 23:45 IST | Created: 22-10-2020 23:20 IST
Slovakia orders partial lockdown from Saturday until Nov 1
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Slovakia will impose a partial lockdown to halt the spread of coronavirus infections, Prime Mister Igor Matovic said on Thursday.

The lockdown will be imposed from Oct. 24 until Nov. 1, he said. People will still be allowed to leave for work, essential shopping and services and for trips to nature near home.


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