Public city and intercity transport will resume on May 4th?

City and intercity transport could resume after May 4, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced yesterday during the opening ceremony of a new hospital for the treatment of COVID-19 patients in Belgrade.

Vucic said that public transport could resume soon, bearing in mind that a large number of people will go back to work in the near future.

“If all goes well, I expect air traffic to partially resume its operations after 1 May. We will also start with a partial re-launch of intercity transport and from 4 May, with a partial re-launch of public transport in cities as well,” he added.

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“All of this remains to be seen, but if 50 or 60% of people return to work, which will be the case, they will still have to adhere to the strictest measures in public transport and wear masks,” Vucic concluded.

(Blic, 23.04.2020)

https://www.blic.rs/vesti/drustvo/gradski-i-medugradski-prevoz-mozda-od-4-maja-delimicna-obnova-avio-saobracaja-moguca/cjxh62d

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