20.4 C
Ljubljana
Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Slovenia’s daily coronavirus count at seven-week low

By: J.S., STA

A total of 2,267 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Slovenia on Saturday, the lowest daily tally in the Omicron-driven wave of infections.

The count is the lowest recorded since 2 January. It is 40% below Friday’s count and down by 47% from the figure reported a week ago. The number of patients in hospitals increased somewhat, which is typical at the weekend, and 19 more patients with confirmed infection died, government data shows. Most Covid restrictions will be lifted on Monday.

Share

Latest news

Silver for Osterman at Canoe Sprint World Championships

By: P.T., STA Slovenia's Anja Osterman has won silver at the Canoe Sprint World Championships, finishing a second behind Lisa Carrington of New Zealand in...

Extreme drought in France may lead to no milk by year’s end

By: V4 Agency The heatwave that has been raging in the country for weeks and the extreme lack of rainfall have resulted in a halting...

Boris Tomašič: “A Spontaneous Rally Must Happen – What This Government Is Doing Is Leading Us Straight Into Poverty!”

By: Domen Mezeg / Nova24tv “They are selling you platitudes; they are telling you how good they are. All of the media outlets are praising...

IMF implements Great Reset: “It is imperative that rising energy costs be passed on to consumers”

By Elmar Forster The "International Monetary Fund" (IMF) is getting serious about implementing the Great Reset as a shadow government: by asking European governments to...

Related news

(INTERVIEW) Romana Tomc: “Only with servile media that peacefully accept dictatorial statements can someone establish absolute power”

By: Lea Kalc Furlanič “I think that after the government of Janez Janša, we will still have a hard time. Some people already regret buying...

Staff purges, amnesty, and forgotten people

By: Dr. Metod Berlec After confirmation in the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia, Golob’s government focused all its efforts on staffing and revanchist...

Brussels cuts Slovenia’s growth forecast

By: J.S., STA The European Commission has downgraded its economic growth forecast for Slovenia by 0.1 percentage points to 3.7% for this year and by...

Czechia helps Slovenia reach renewables goal

By: J.S., STA Slovenia met its EU-committed target for renewables to account for 25% of its gross final energy consumption in 2020 after statistical transfer...
Share