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Polish medics help with mass COVID-19 testing in Slovakia

25.01.2021 14:02
A more than 200-strong group of Polish doctors, nurses and paramedics helped test people in Slovakia for COVID-19 over the weekend as part of that country's nationwide screening campaign.
Slovak PM Igor Matovi (2nd right) greets Polish medics at Bratislava airport last week.
Slovak PM Igor Matovič (2nd right) greets Polish medics at Bratislava airport last week. Photo: PAP/Radek Pietruszka

The drive started on January 18 and is set to end on Wednesday. Tests are not mandatory, although from Thursday Slovaks who want to head to work will need to show a result indicating they are not infected.

An all-clear result will be also required for people going to a post office or supermarket.

The mission by the Polish medics was agreed between Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and his Slovak counterpart Igor Matovič.