Concerns aplenty as non-urgent health services resume

Ljubljana, 15 April - After the government gave its go-ahead for some non-urgent health services to resume, Slovenian hospitals have started contacting patients for rescheduling. Medical organisations say one out of two patients will have to be rescheduled, which will make already long wait times even longer.

The Department of Infectious Diseases at the Ljubljana University Medical Centre (UKC) treating Covid-19 patients .
Photo: UKC Ljubljana

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