(ANSA-AFP) - BRATISLAVA, JUN 7 - Slovakia on Monday became the second EU member after Hungary to start using Russia's Sputnik V vaccine, just two months after Bratislava's purchase of the Covid-19 jabs led to the resignation of Prime Minister Igor Matovic. Sputnik V will initially be rolled out in the Bratislava and Zilina regions and then nationwide. Only around 5,000 people have registered so far to receive the vaccine, which has not been authorised for use in the EU by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). (ANSA-AFP).