Slovenia sticking to use of masks in indoor public places

Ljubljana, 31 March - Slovenia had made wearing face masks and gloves mandatory in indoor public places such as shops to contain the spread of coronavirus and although the move has been met with some opposition and the World Health Organisation (WHO) does not recommend it, the measure is likely to remain in place.

Physician Tina Bergant says wearing face masks in public places makes sense after Slovenia mandates the use of face masks and gloves in indoor public places.
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