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VUCIC ANNOUNCES 04. 05. 2020.   >>  15:39 0

VUCIC ANNOUNCES

Serbia to abolish state of emergency on May 6

Serbia's government intends to abolish on May 6 the state of emergency imposed in March due to the coronavirus crisis, President Aleksandar Vucic has said.

"We will propose to Parliament to abolish the state of emergency on Saint George's Day, May 6. If the decision is immediately published in the Official Gazette, we will have no curfew as of Thursday," Vucic said on Sunday in a video file posted on the YouTube channel of Serbia's ruling SNS party.

 

Shopping malls will be opened on May 8 and kindergartens will resume work on May 11, Vucic said in an interview broadcast live by private broadcaster Pink TV on Sunday.

 

"There are two conditions for abolishing the state of emergency - to record a daily rise of newly confirmed cases of below 5% for seven days in a row, and to have a significant drop in the number of patients on mechanical breathing. We meet both conditions," Vucic said.

 

According to the latest available data from Serbia's health ministry, the total number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country amounted to 9,464 as of May 3. A total of 2,116 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized as of May 3, down from 3,044 on April 26, while the number of patients on mechanical breathing fell to 54 from 85 a week earlier.

 

Serbia declared a state of emergency and closed its borders for foreign nationals on March 15 due to the outbreak of COVID-19. The government also introduced a night curfew for all citizens from 8 pm to 5 am. The curfew was later extended from 5 pm to 5 am. Since April 21, the curfew has been in force from 6 pm to 5 am.

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