The decision that catering facilities that have outdoor seating area can stay open on weekdays until 1 o’clock, and not only on weekends, comes into force today and it will be valid until 31st October.
“In this way, the Belgrade authorities want to help caterers to overcome the economic consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, which has greatly affected the service sector,” said the Deputy Mayor of the City of Belgrade, Goran Vesić.
He explained that according to the decrees adopted by the Belgrade authorities, catering facilities in residential buildings can stay open until midnight on weekdays, and play music until 11 p.m., in accordance with all the restrictions prescribed in connection with the regulation of noise levels. On weekends, opening hours are extended to 1 a.m., and catering facilities are allowed to play music until midnight.
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“This decision will be valid until 31st October, when the normal mode of operation will return, namely catering facilities without an outdoor seating area will be open until 9 p.m.,” said Vesić.
According to him, all health protection measures, devised by the government’s Crisis Unit, regarding disinfection, wearing masks and keeping a physical distance apply to catering facilities, both those that have and don’t have an outdoor seating area, Beoinfo reports.
“I appeal to caterers to adhere to them because that is how they will protect the health of their employees and guests,” the deputy mayor of Belgrade added.
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