Mandatory quarantine scheme made stricter

Ljubljana – The mandatory quarantine regime in Slovenia has been tightened up, as the government decided at a correspondence session on Wednesday to make people who have received a booster jab the only exception to mandatory self-isolation after a high-risk contact. The new scheme, recommended by epidemiologists, will apply from Thursday. The proposal for the revised regime was presented on Tuesday by Slovenia’s chief epidemiologist Mario Fafangel, who said that the current “two-tier quarantine system” was unsustainable and should be simplified to allow no exceptions except for those already jabbed…

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