Covid19 Diary in Serbia-1

Serbia declared a state of emergency on March 15, 2020 to
halt the spread of the new coronavirus, shutting down many public
spaces, deploying soldiers to guard hospitals and closing the borders to
foreigners. Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic said the new
restrictions were necessary to “save our elderly” in the Balkan state of
some seven million, which has detected around 65 infections of COVID-19
so far with limited testing.

Serbian army soldiers wearing gloves and face masks as preventive measures against COVID-19, patrol on one of the main pedestrian streets in Belgrade on March 17, 2020.

Serbia declared a state of emergency on March 15, 2020 to halt the spreading of the new coronavirus, shutting down many public spaces, deploying soldiers to guard hospitals and closing the borders to foreigners.

Serbia declared a state of emergency on March 15, 2020 to halt the spreading of the new coronavirus, shutting down many public spaces, deploying soldiers to guard hospitals and closing the borders to foreigners

From Saturday at 1 pm to Monday at 5 am, a complete ban on movement for Serbian citizens is introduced, and from last night onwards a ban on gathering more than two people is in force. Number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Serbia has reached 1624 and 44 died with a tendency to increase rapidly.

Serbia has introduced curfew from 8 pm to 5 am for entire population except those authorised and night shift workers, in a bid to fight the COVID-19 disease caused by the novel coronavirus. In Serbia has detected around 97 infections of COVID-19 so far with limited testing.

Serbia has introduced curfew from 8 pm to 5 am for entire population except those authorised and night shift workers, in a bid to fight the COVID-19 disease caused by the novel coronavirus. In Serbia has detected around 97 infections of COVID-19 so far with limited testing.

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