It’s been 7 months but the coronavirus pandemic is not named. Many countries are seriously understanding this issue and are taking all possible measures in this regard.
Prime Minister of Slovakia Igor Matovic
Bratislava: It’s been 7 months but the coronavirus pandemic is not getting its name. Many countries are seriously understanding this issue and are taking all possible measures in this regard. A country in Europe has decided to take a big step to protect every citizen of the country from its second wave.
The European country, Slovakia, announced Saturday that it would be 10 all those ages and over It will give residents the opportunity to test for the corona virus.
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Local news channels reported the announcement was made on Saturday by Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovic. He made this decision in consideration of the huge increase in Corona virus cases across the country. The government said it believes large-scale testing will help detect and prevent the spread of the virus.
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Matovic said: ‘I fear that the current protective measures cannot be wasted. Large-scale testing can help us a lot in stopping this epidemic. ‘
He also said that if there is no large-scale test, he will step down from his post. These tests will be free and will continue from the following weekend to the following weekend. This campaign will cover approximately 5.4 million 54 lakhs of the country’s inhabitants.