Dutch government to support independent bussinesses

By |marec 21st, 2020|Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Netherlands, News, The Hague, update|

**This article is continuously updated with the latest developments. The Dutch government announced it will introduce a temporary, more flexible scheme to support independent businesses, including self-employed persons, so that they can receive additio...

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Incident in a hospital in Mostar favoured the spread of COVID-19

By |marec 20th, 2020|Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, News|

As of Thursday evening (19 March), there are 63 confirmed cases of COVID-19, which is 24 more than yesterday. The disease has been spreading uncontrollably due to the irresponsible acts of the hospital staff in the city of Mostar. The...

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Lithuania declares nationwide quarantine, reintroduces borders

By |marec 16th, 2020|Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Latest, Lithuania, News, update, Vilnius|

**This article is continuously updated with the latest developments. Lithuania has registered 17 Covid-19 cases as of Monday afternoon as as the country reintroduced borders at the EU’s internal borders with Poland and Latvia to stem the spread of the coronavirus....

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Lithuania declares nationwide quarantine, reintroduces borders

Hungary stops short of full lock-down, blames foreigners, migration for coronavirus spread

By |marec 15th, 2020|Breaking, Budapest, coronavirus, COVID-19, Hungary, Latest, News, update|

As of Sunday morning (15 March) the number of coronavirus cases in Hungary has grown to 32, with 13 additional cases registered over the weekend, all Hungarian citizens some of whom have traveled to Italy and Austria or have been...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Hungary stops short of full lock-down, blames foreigners, migration for coronavirus spread

Norway takes ‘most far-reaching measures ever experienced in peacetime’ over coronavirus

By |marec 15th, 2020|Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Latest, News, Norway, update|

Norway is to shut its ports and airports from Monday (16 March) in an attempt to curb the spread of coronavirus, although exemptions will be made for Norwegians returning from abroad as well as for goods imports, Prime Minister Erna...

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Serbia bars indoor gatherings, closes some border crossings to counter coronavirus

By |marec 14th, 2020|Belgrade, Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Latest, News, Serbia, update|

There have been 35 registered coronavirus cases of coronavirus in Serbia as of Friday (13 March), of which four of 25 were tested positive. Director of WHO Office in Belgrade, Marijan Ivanuša, said on Thursday (12 March) that Serbia had...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Serbia bars indoor gatherings, closes some border crossings to counter coronavirus

Coronavirus ‘biggest crisis’ for Slovenia since times of independence

By |marec 14th, 2020|Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Latest, Ljubljana, News, Slovenia, update|

As of Friday (13 March), Slovenia has 141 confirmed coronavirus cases. The coronavirus epidemic and its future consequences are the biggest crisis that has hit Slovenia since it declared its independence, Slovenia’s new Prime Minister Janez Janša said on Thursday...

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Romanian officials test for coronavirus before vote on new government

By |marec 14th, 2020|Breaking, Bucharest, coronavirus, COVID-19, Latest, News, Romania, update|

While the number of infected people rose to 96 (10 more cases than the day before) on Saturday (14 March), no one has yet died from the virus and seven people considered to have recovered. As the country is nearing...

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Romanian officials test for coronavirus before vote on new government

Croatia closes schools for two weeks and parliament reduces activity

By |marec 14th, 2020|Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Croatia, Latest, News, update, Zagreb|

As the total of infections has now grown to 32 and there have still been no fatalities as of Saturday (14 March), according to the government's website with no fatalities, the country has decided to close its schools for two weeks.

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Slovakia will slap €1,659 fine if you disobey COVID-19 quarantine

By |marec 13th, 2020|Bratislava, Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Health, News, Slovakia, update|

While nine news cases have been confirmed as of Friday (13 March), bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 25, no one has yet died from the virus. As of Friday (13 March), those entering the country will have to work or live Slovakia and will have to self-quarantine upon arrival or face a €1,659 fine.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Slovakia will slap €1,659 fine if you disobey COVID-19 quarantine