Slovenia to Close Some Italy Border Crossings, Perform Health Checks at Others
Slovenia will close some border crossings with Italy and perform health checks at those remaining open in order to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Health Minister Ales Sabeder said Wednesday. The number of confirmed cases of the virus in Slovenia rose to 47, the minister told a news conference. The total reported on Tuesday was 34. He said citizens would only be able to cross the border in six places. "All other roads (that cross the border) will be closed," the minister said.