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Slovenia imposes curfew

The Slovenian Government has expanded a number of restrictive measures to combat the spread of coronavirus in the country. This was reported by the news agency Večernji list.

Slovenia imposes curfew

As of October 20, over the past day, 794 coronavirus cases were detected in Slovenia. 2 people died. The number of cases is growing.

Since October 20, Slovenia has banned the holding of those mass events at which it is impossible to observe a social distance of more than six meters. A curfew was also imposed throughout the country from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Mass weddings and religious rites were banned in the country. It is not allowed to gather in groups of more than six people.

Restrictions on movement around the country have also been introduced - travel outside the place of residence is prohibited.

Fines in Slovenia for violating prohibitions and restrictions range from 400 to four thousand euros.


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