After Austria and New Zealand, Slovakia also imposes measures only on the unvaccinated
The new austerity measures against Covid in Slovakia only affect those who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19. None of them will be allowed to enter non-essential stores without a vaccination passport. A negative test no longer works.
"We have chosen to strictly restrict unvaccinated people because we have to protect them," said Prime Minister Edward Heger, adding that "this is not a punishment but a way to protect them.
Even Austria has decided that after the total isolation that started yesterday, to maintain tight measures only against those who have not been vaccinated. From February, vaccination against Covid will be mandatory for everyone. This decision has provoked a wave of protests.
Slovakia, on the other hand, will compulsorily vaccinate only the elderly.