The restaurants may have opened on Saturday in Slovenia, but for now, the garden rooms will only open from 7 to 7 pm, the newspaper Ljubljana reported on Saturday.
At the moment, mitigation is only possible in regions that are least affected by the Coronavirus. Wherever the situation permits, guests can even use the restaurant interiors, but only those who present a negative coronavirus test, vaccination certificate, or previous certificate of infection and recovery upon entry. Restaurant operators say these are unrealizable expectations and therefore expect milder measures from the government.
The number of recorded infections with the Coronavirus rose on Saturday from 2384 to 675904, in Kosovo from 356 to 103,154, in Macedonia from 489 to 149,717, in Montenegro from 161 to 96348, and in Bosnia and Herzegovina 362 – rose to 194,732 in Croatia. From 2529 to 318.837, and in Slovenia by nine hundred to 236.746.
The number of deaths resulting from the epidemic increased in the past twenty-four hours from 34 to 6164 in Serbia, from eight to 2,126 in Kosovo, from 33 to 4,630 in northern Macedonia, from six to 1,457 in Montenegro, and from 39 to 8178 in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Croatia it increased from 46 to 6784, and in Slovenia by six to 4197. (MTI)