Serbia has introduced curfew from 5 pm to 5 am for entire
population except those authorised and night shift workers, in a bid to
fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. The President of Serbia
Aleksandar Vucic said the new restrictions were necessary to “save our
elderly” in the Balkan state of some seven million, which has detected
around 1476 infections of COVID-19 so far with limited testing.
Chinese tourist excercise in the city center in Belgrade on April 1, 2020.
A bench wrapped in shrink wrap to discourage people from
gathering in groups because of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak,
is seen in Mladenovac, Serbia April 5, 2020.
The twenty-second day of quarantine was very sunny and
warm, so my neighbors decided to make their lunch in the yard and to
enjoy the day as much as possible regardless of the situation. From yesterday results number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Serbia has reached 2200 with a tendency to increase rapidly.
Like many countries throughout the
world, Serbia undertook restrictive measures to fight against the novel
coronavirus that infected nearly 790,000 people and killed more than
While at first downplaying the health dangers, the Balkan country’s authorities proclaimed the state of emergency on March 15.
by Chinese experts Belgrade gradually adopted a series of restrictive
measures, including closing of the playgrounds on March 21.