Morning Headlines for Slovenia: Sunday, 2 August 2020

By , 02 Aug 2020, 04:13 AM News
Morning Headlines for Slovenia: Sunday, 2 August 2020 flickr - Julian Stallabrass CC by 2.0

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15 new coronavirus cases from 892 tests on Friday

LJUBLJANA - Out of 892 coronavirus tests conducted in Slovenia on Friday, 15 came back positive, fresh official data show. No Covid-19 related fatalities were recorded, with the death toll remaining unchanged at 119. A total of 22 persons were hospitalised with Covid-19, down by two on the day before as two persons were discharged from hospital. Five patients remain in intensive care. The latest cases are dispersed across Slovenia, with as much as 12 municipalities confirming infections. One case of infection was also detected in a foreign citizen.

Anti-govt protesters say Janša creating divisions

LJUBLJANA - Anti-government protests resumed for the 15th Friday running in Ljubljana and some other Slovenian towns, with some 2,000 protesters mostly targeting Prime Minister Janez Janša this time. Also a target of criticism was Agriculture Minister Aleksandra Pivec. Protesters called on Janša to step down, saying he was creating divisions among citizens. There was also a smaller open mic protest in Republic Square, with anti-government rallies held in other Slovenian towns as well.

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