New stricter anti-COVID measures as of Friday pending government approval

Serbia’s anti-epidemic Crisis Team, made up of both doctors and politicians, decided on Tuesday to tighten the existing measures against the coronavirus epidemic, including ordering shorter working hours of cafes, restaurants and service facilities from Friday.

The measures first need to be adopted by the Government which is meeting on Thursday. If the government does give a green light, the measures will be in force from the next day.

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic says she will talk to President Aleksandar Vucic about their compliance with the Constitution.

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If remaining the same, the measures envisage working hours to 5 pm during the week for the catering and service facilities, clubs, shopping malls, playrooms, bookmakers, shops and all other sales facilities, beauty and hairdressing salons, beauty salons, fitness centres, gyms, spas and swimming pools. They will be closed on weekends.

Also, theatres and cinemas must close at 5 pm every day, including weekends, while outdoor markets will work on weekdays regularly, and from 6 am to 3 pm on weekends.

Grocery stores can be open every day until 9 pm, including weekends. Pharmacies, gas stations and courier delivery can work indefinitely, seven days a week.

(Nova, 01.12.2020)

https://nova.rs/vesti/drustvo/nove-mere-kriznog-staba-sta-se-sve-zakljucava-za-vikend/

 

 

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