Mask rule being relaxed somewhat

Ljubljana – The government has somewhat relaxed the mask wearing rule at Wednesday’s session. The masks will thus no longer be needed in indoor public places where food and drinks are being served or in situations and settings when everyone is immunised against Covid either through vaccination or recovery.

PM Citu: I want to have face to face courses all school year; children's safety is most important

Prime Minister Florin Citu on Sunday said, during a videoconference with the prefects and the DSPs (Public Health Directorates) representatives, that he wants face to face physical presence in schools this year, and that the safety of the children must remain the most important, mentioning that the established rules are necessary.

4.103 infected, 19 people died

19 people died.
There are currently 110 patients on respirators, while 1.571 people have been hospitalized.
The total number of registered cases since the outbreak of the pandemic was 783.826, and 7.398 people lost their lives due to complications caused by coronavirus infection.

"The law must work for everyone"

"If masks are not mandatory, we are not responsible for the health of students"

But, according to the CDM portal, the Ministry of Education cannot exclude from school any child who does not wear a mask due to their legal right to education.
Although the Institute of Public Health recommended that masks be mandatory - this was not accepted.