Gornja Radgona – The Slovenian subsidiary of the Austrian group Rosenbauer, the largest producer of firefighting equipment in the world, had a record year in 2020 as turnover was up by more than 20% to EUR 35 million. The growing company continues to invest in production and infrastructure and is looking for additional skilled staff.
Ljubljana – The government has expanded the list of exceptions for entry in Slovenia without quarantine or the need to produce a negative PCR test, to include accredited journalists and persons who enter the country for emergency reasons. Coronavirus tests performed in the US and UK have meanwhile been added to the list of valid tests at border crossings.
The Slovak-born Babis is well aware that a delivery of Sputnik V just helped depose the prime minister of his mother country, but he's also eyeing his rapidly dwindling popularity ahead of the Czech elections in October and the likelihood that he'll have to rely on Zeman's Machiavellian manoeuvres if he wants to head the next government.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports announced today in a press release that the EURO 2020 matches to be hosted by Romania will be played with 13,000 spectators in the stands, representing a quarter of the Bucharest venue's capacity.
Brussels – Slovenia will get its pro rata share from a package of 10 million doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine whose delivery has been pushed forward from the first to the second quarter of the year. Under the plan agreed last evening by EU member states, this means approximately 47,000 doses of the vaccine.
Bulgaria to Receive 1,259,728 Additional Vaccine Doses Starting from April
Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia will receive a total of 2,854,654 additional doses of vaccines as a sign of solidarity. This decision was reached yesterday at a meeting of EU ambassadors in Brussels, the Portuguese Presidency of the EU Council announced, as quoted by BTA.