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CORONA VIRUS 07. 05. 2020.   >>  16:42 0

CORONA VIRUS

The last curfew day in Serbia is over

Serbia's parliament has lifted a state of emergency and curfew, which were introduced in mid-March to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

After Serbia declared its state of emergency the authorities imposed a daily curfew from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m., along with several weekend curfews lasting from Thursday evening until Monday morning.

Since mid-April, people older than 65 had been forbidden from going out for a month, except for a one-hour daily walk.

Serbia has confirmed almost 10,000 virus cases so far, including more than 200 deaths.

The figures for new cases have been decreasing in recent days.

The country relaxed some measures earlier this week, reopening restaurants and cafes as well as resuming public transport.

Cinemas and theaters remain closed.

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