Jan 9, 2022 at 8:50 pm I Paid content Many measures so far have failed to slow down omicron. With the omikron comes a new pandemic. Closing will no longer work. (Source: SME / Jozef Jakubčo) BRATISLAVA. Allowing a infected person to enter the workplace has so far been considered a health hazard and punishable. In two to three weeks, this may be a necessity in Slovakia. The article continues under video advertising The article continues under video advertising With the onset of the fourth wave of the pandemic caused by the superinfective variant omikron, Slovakia will also have to take unprecedented measures. With such a sharp increase in those infected as expected, tens of thousands of people will suddenly find themselves in mandatory isolation in a short time. Workplaces may therefore collapse. “Omikron has a much greater social impact at its peak than previous waves. Therefore, they reduce the quarantine of people in the world to seven or five days. People are more involved in the work process, knowing that they can still be infectious,” explains mathematician Richard Kollár.
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