Morning Headlines for Slovenia: Monday, 29 June 2020

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This summary is provided by the STA:

Nine new coronavirus cases confirmed in 625 tests on Saturday

LJUBLJANA - Out of 625 coronavirus tests conducted on Saturday, nine came back positive, showed government data. There were no Covid-19 fatalities. Seven persons were in hospital care, with none requiring intensive care. Milan Krek, director of the National Public Health Institute (NIJZ), said that the current epidemiologic status in Croatia was grave and that stricter measures would have to be implemented if the situation did not improve there.

Govt sets out to get Slovenia ready for second Covid-19 wave

LJUBLJANA - Due to a growing number of confirmed new coronavirus cases in Slovenia in the past few days, the government decided to discuss a bill that would implement emergency measures dealing with the potential second wave of infections. According to unofficial sources, the measures will be primarily aimed at preventing large gatherings, reported Radio Slovenija.

Launch of Slovenian satellites rescheduled again

LJUBLJANA/KOUROU, French Guiana - After being rescheduled several times, the launch of Slovenia's first satellites, Trisat and Nemo HD, was postponed again due to poor weather conditions. The next attempt will be made in the early hours of Monday Central European Time.

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