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Slovenia is introducing self-testing for students

By: P.T., STA

After schools reopen on 12 April, secondary school students will begin self-testing for coronavirus, followed a while later by pupils of the final three years of primary school.

Announcing the plan while on a visit to Maribor, Health Minister Janez Poklukar said everything would be done for schools to reopen on 12 April. By then Slovenia will set up a system of rapid self-testing for older students. Next week, school staff will be coached about self-testing and the project would be launched when the schools reopen.

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