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petek, 15 januarja, 2021

Slovenia & COVID-19: 21 new Covid-19 cases confirmed on Saturday

Slovenia recorded 21 new coronavirus infections from 716 tests on Saturday, fresh government data shows.

This is nine cases fewer than on Friday, when a record 30 were confirmed in a new high since mid-April. However, as many as 740 more tests were carried out on Friday than on Saturday.

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