Darija Kisic Tepavcevic, Serbia’s Minister of Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs and a member of the country’s anti-epidemic Team, said on Monday that all previous measures in preventing the coronavirus infection from spreading remained in place.
After the meeting of the Team, she said that all catering facility would remain open until 8 pm,, as before.
Predrag Kon, an epidemiologist and a member of the Crisis Team, said later on Monday that 18,075 new Pfizer vaccines arrived in Serbia.
He added the anti-epidemic measures were not tightened due to “the reduction of the virus’ activity.”
There is also a ban on a gathering of more than five people; the face masks are mandatory in public transport and indoors. Besides, PCR test or 10-day-quarantine is obligatory for any person entering Serbia, while food stores and shopping malls would remain open until 9 pm.
When asked to say how many medical workers have died from COVID-19, which some reports put at 70, the highest in the region, Darija Kisic Tepavcevic said the analysis is underway which would show the risks and the reason for the fatalities among medical staff.
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