Task force proposes shortening quarantine to ten days

Ljubljana, 9 September - A medical task force advising the Slovenian government on coronavirus measures has proposed that mandatory quarantine be reduced to ten days from 14. The risk may be slightly higher, but shorter quarantine would reduce the burden on the economy, epidemiologist Bojana Beović said on Wednesday.

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