In Slovenia, nearly 4,000 (3829) tampons tested positive in the last 24 hours. Five people died. As these numbers and the fifth wave intensify, the government is examining the steps to be taken with effect from January 10. Lavoce.hr reported it
On the advice of epidemiologists, the isolation period for persons with positive contact will be reduced from 10 to seven days. At the end of the period there is no buffer liability. Isolation does not apply to those who receive a booster, while measures related to the isolation of people with goiter remain unchanged. The government has not yet discussed the possibility of introducing an exception for isolating those who have recovered or those who have two dose vaccines in contact with a positive patient. The vaccine duty has not yet been talked about.
On the school front, despite the high number of new cases detected in the past few days, lessons will continue to be present, while some of the rules inherent in nursing homes will be tightened, despite the high percentage where the virus is widespread. Vaccinated users.
According to Health Minister Janes Boklucker, one in four citizens will be isolated in the next few days as the current rules apply.