Covid19 Diary in Serbia

Serbia’s president declared a state of emergency Sunday
to halt the spread of the new coronavirus, shutting down many public
spaces and deploying soldiers to guard hospital  in Belgrade on March, 2020.


Kids play on a playground in the city center in Belgrade on March 14, 2020. With Serbian reporting increasing COVID-19 cases reaching 41 on March 14, 2020.

A man stands in front of a caffee bar and look through in the city center in Belgrade on March 15, 2020. With Serbian reporting increasing COVID-19 cases reaching 48 on March 15, 2020.

People enjoy on sun outside a restaurant in the city center in Belgrade on March 15, 2020. With Serbian reporting increasing COVID-19 cases reaching 48 on March 15, 2020.

A food delivery employee poses for a photo in the city center in Belgrade on March 15, 2020. Serbia’s president declared a state of emergency Sunday to halt the spread of the new coronavirus, shutting down many public spaces and deploying soldiers to guard hospital. Currently there are 55 positive cases of coronavirus COVID-19 in the Republic of Serbia.

Empty bus in the city center in Belgrade on March 15, 2020. Serbia’s president declared a state of emergency Sunday to halt the spread of the new coronavirus, shutting down many public spaces and deploying soldiers to guard hospital. Currently there are 55 positive cases of coronavirus COVID-19 in the Republic

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