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Long lines as voluntary mass testing begins

Ljubljana/Celje, 22 December - Voluntary trial mass testing started in several Slovenian towns on Tuesday, with long lines reported in big towns. In Ljubljana, people waited about two hours to get tested around noon. In Celje, the waiting time is also more than an hour.

Ljubljana
People waiting in long lines to be tested for the new coronavirus free of charge.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Celje
Voluntary mass testing in the city of Celje.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Celje
Voluntary mass testing in the city of Celje.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Celje
Voluntary mass testing in the city of Celje.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Ljubljana
People waiting in long lines to be tested for the new coronavirus free of charge.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
People waiting in long lines to be tested for the new coronavirus free of charge.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
People waiting in long lines to be tested for the new coronavirus free of charge.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Murska Sobota
Voluntary mass testing in the city of Murska Sobota, north-east.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Murska Sobota
Voluntary mass testing in the city of Murska Sobota, north-east.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

Murska Sobota
Voluntary mass testing in the city of Murska Sobota, north-east.
Photo: Marjan Maučec/STA

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