The Serbian government’s Crisis Response Team decided on Wednesday to introduce the COVID passes for all indoor cafes and restaurants as of 10 pm on Saturday.
Prime Minister Ana Brnabic told reporters the Government would pass regulations enabling control of the passes.
She said there would be a stricter control of the existing anti-epidemic measures, like wearing face masks indoors and keeping physical distance, adding the situation would not have been so grave had people obeyed them.
COVID passes have been introduced in many European countries, while in Serbia, the document has been discussed for days, and its introduction was announced almost a month ago, and potential epidemiological effects are being assessed.
In order to enter an indoor bar or a restaurant after 10 pm, an unvaccinated person needs to show a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours, or a negative antigen test, not older than 48 hours, or a doctor’s note showing that the person has had a COVID-related disease in the previous 7 months.
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