This page includes a chart with historical data for Slovakia Coronavirus Cases. Slovakia: Global cases in comparison: where are cases increasing most rapidly? REUTERS/Radovan Coronavirus (COVID-19) new cases in Slovakia 2020, by date of report Coronavirus (COVID-19) new cases in Lithuania 2020, by date of report Coronavirus (COVID-19) new cases in … Slovakia: number of new coronavirus cases per day. Covid-19 Response Fund Donate In Slovakia , from Jan 3 to 5:22pm CET, 19 December 2020 , there have been 149,275 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 1,510 deaths . There are now five confirmed cases of the coronavirus infection in Slovakia, while 491 samples have tested negative. Slovakia reported 2,573 new COVID-19 cases Saturday through molecular PCR testing, raising the total to 57,664. In our page on Coronavirus cases , we provide maps and tables on how the … Slovakia on Wednesday ordered schools and most shops closed for at least three weeks from Dec. 21 as the number of COVID-19 cases continued to rise. Slovakia recorded 146124 Coronavirus Cases since the epidemic began, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Slovakia has reported 567 new coronavirus cases, the largest single-day tally since the COVID-19 pandemic started this year, health ministry data showed on Wednesday. In addition, Slovakia reported 1440 Coronavirus Deaths . The death toll stands at 219. There was likely to be a difference in the sensitivity of the test for that reason, said Flasche. Slovak Response to COVID-19, Travel Restrictions to The United States of America, and Consular Services at Embassy Bratislava COVID-19 Information Last updated: 12/18/2020 Country-Specific Information: As of December 19 at 5:00 AM, new partial lockdown regulations go into effect, and will remain in effect until at least January 10. BRATISLAVA, Dec. 19 (Xinhua) -- Slovakia reported 3,151 new COVID-19 cases and 70 more deaths, according to official data from the government website on Saturday. FILE PHOTO: A child is pictured wearing a protective face mask as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spreads in the area around Roma settlements, in Krompachy, Slovakia April 9, 2020.