“The current measures to control the coronavirus outbreak will remain in force until Friday, December 18. After that, the Crisis Unit will meet again,” announced Darija Kisić Tepavčević after yesterday’s session.
She also said that the Crisis Unit has decided that foreign citizens will need a negative PCR test, while Serbian citizens who cannot provide a negative test will go into isolation for ten days.
Darija Kisić Tepavčević said that it is clear that the measures implemented so far have had their effects. Although the number of infected people is still high, there is a decrease in the number of new patients.
Regarding the measures that remain in force, she specified that all public facilities have to close at 5 pm, with the exception of grocery stores, pharmacies and petrol stations.
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“A PCR test will be mandatory for all foreign citizens upon entry into the country. The results should be no older than 48 hours, and this requirement will be in force most likely from December 20 to January 10,” said Darija Kisić Tepavčević.
When it comes to Serbian citizens, if they cannot provide a negative PCR test they will be forced to stay in isolation for 10 days, or take the test as soon as they return.
She appealed to people to celebrate the upcoming Christmas and New Year holidays with the closest family members only and continue to adhere to all measures in place.
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