In Slovenia, the inscriptions went into effect on Monday, in 9 of the 12 regions, verandas and restaurant gardens could be opened and public gatherings of up to 100 people allowed, local newspapers reported.
In Slovenia, since October 23 last year, except for a shorter period in March, when restaurants and cafes in two provinces were allowed to open terraces, restaurants have been closed all the time, and food can only be prepared to take away.
The stands can now be open from seven in the morning until seven in the evening, and restaurant staff are required to test themselves weekly.
With regard to gatherings, wearing a mask indoors is mandatory and only one person can reach thirty square meters. One person can have ten square meters in an open space and it is not necessary to wear a mask.
The number of registered injured people rose by 234 to more than 229,000 on Monday. Eight patients died last day, bringing the death toll to 4,167. Among the coronavirus patients, 652 are in hospital and 157 are in the intensive care unit. To date, 17.7 percent of the population in the country has been vaccinated. The first dose was given to 372 102, and the second to 145134.
In neighboring Croatia, 410 new infections were identified in the past day. Since the beginning of the epidemic, their number has reached 308,200. In the past twenty-four hours, 39 people died due to complications from Covid-19 disease caused by infection, bringing the death toll to 6,601. The hospital accommodates 2,179 patients, 199 of whom use ventilators.
Monday’s Croatian newspapers said the government vaccination program had plunged into chaos.
I wrote a list of Jutarnji: a Only 39 percent of people over the age of 65 were vaccinated. Meanwhile, the second phase of the vaccination campaign is about to end. The newspaper explained the low vaccination rate due to stuttering vaccine shipments and the fact that most people refused to take the AstraZeneca vaccine, which Zagreb requested the most.
At the same time There are also problems with the registry The newspaper warned. At first they said it was enough for someone to see their GP to find out about vaccination and then they started a website as well. Those who did not register on the web interface would not be put on hold at all, they wrote, adding that the online platform is not working as expected either.
On Monday, the Croatian news channel N1 reported that mass vaccination points are not being vaccinated on weekends, that vaccination in only one of the mass vaccination centers in Zagreb will start only in the afternoon, while many have been identified in the morning.
Nearly 13 percent of the country’s adult population (3.4 million people) have been vaccinated. Of the three vaccines authorized by the European Union Pharmacovigilance Organization, 691,265 doses have been received so far, of which 552,559 have been used; 411,760 received the first dose and 138,706 received the second dose.
The government plans to vaccinate 55 percent of the population by the end of June. However, this would require 17,747 people to get the vaccine per day, which is logistically feasible, but it is doubtful whether there will be enough applicants, the newspaper writes.
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