Public gatherings stay banned while social distancing rules and mask-wearing stay compulsory in public spaces.
It additionally reported football and all other team competitions could continue from May 23
Slovenia opened its borders today after declaring to announcing a conclusion to its coronavirus epidemic, regardless of new infections still being reported.
“Today Slovenia has the best plague circumstance in Europe, which enables us to call off the general epidemic,” Prime Minister Janez Jansa stated, two months after the epidemic was declared.
The mountainous country of 2,000,000 people, which borders Italy, had announced somewhere in the range of 1,500 coronavirus cases and 103 deaths as of Thursday.
But with the rate of new infections trailing off, the government ordered borders open for all EU residents, while non-EU residents should remain in isolate.
“Since the danger of spreading the SARS-CoV-2 infection stays, some general and special measures will stay in force,” it said in a statement, using a technical term for the COVID-19 disease.
This past week, the government said some shopping centers and hotels to reopen one week from now.
It likewise declared football and all other group rivalries could continue from May 23.
Notwithstanding Slovenia apparently announcing a conclusion to the epidemic, specialists clarified that the disease was still present in the country.
“No other European state has so far declared the epidemic was finished so we should be mindful in Slovenia as well,” infectious diseases expert Mateja Logar told TV on Thursday.
“The infection stays present,” Logar included.
Declaring the finish of the epidemic implied the government avoided away from an automatic extension until the finish of June of the first package of financial measures approved to support the population and organizations, as indicated by Public Radio Slovenija. These estimates will currently be in force until the end of May.