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Slovakia plans law to allow use of telecom data to monitor quarantine

Tuesday 24 March 2020 | 15:14 CET | News
The Slovak government will approve a law allowing state institutions to use data from telecommunications operators to ensure people in quarantine due to the coronavirus outbreak remain isolated, Prime Minister Igor Matovic said according to a Reuters report. The government plans to discuss the measure on 24 March before speeding it through parliament, Matovic said. 

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