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  • Minister of Health Danijel Bešič Loredan and his team met today with the representatives of the Coordination of medical organisations, i.e. the Medical Chamber of Slovenia (ZZS), the FIDES union, the Slovenian Medical Association (SZD) and the Slovenian Professional Association of Private Doctors and Dentists (SZZZZS).

  • At today’s meeting with the representatives of nursing care and the primary level, the Minister set the foundations for solid cooperation.

  • World No Tobacco Day is commemorated on 31 May. This year’s focus is on the harmful effects of tobacco on the environment under the slogan, Tobacco: Threat to Our Environment. To this end, the Ministry of Health together with the National Institute of Public Health, the WHO Regional Office for Europe and non-governmental organisations involved in tobacco today organised a national symposium on the occasion of World No Tobacco Day.

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  • Minister Poklukar: "The current crises should serve as a warning"

    Minister of Health Janez Poklukar addressed delegates at the 75th World Health Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO). The Assembly is being held in Geneva, Switzerland, on 22–28 May 2022. The theme of this year’s Health Assembly is ‘Health for peace, peace for health.’

  • Pogoj PCT je ukinjen, maske in razkuževanje rok ostajajo

    V skladu s priporočili Strokovne svetovalne skupine ministra za zdravje za zajezitev in obvladovanje epidemije in glede na ugodnejšo epidemiološko sliko in značilnosti različice Omikron, se ukinja pogoj PCT (prebolevnosti, cepljenja oziroma testiranja) za obiskovalce in uporabnike v zdravstveni dejavnosti in socialnem varstvu. Ostajata pa ukrepa obvezno nošenje mask v zdravstveni in socialnovarstveni dejavnosti ter razkuževanje rok ob vstopu v zaprt javni kraj oziroma prostor.

  • We can remain calm as the virus is rare

    Standing in front of the Paediatric Clinic in Ljubljana along with Miroslav Petrovec from the Institute of Microbiology and Immunology and paediatrician and infectious disease specialist Tatjana Mrvič, the Minister of Health Janez Poklukar gave a statement regarding the severe acute hepatitis of unknown origin in children.