Serbian government adopted on Thursday additional anti-corona measures suggested by the country’s Crisis Team two days ago, supposed to last for two weeks in Belgrade.
The measures order the working hours from 5 am at 5 pm for restaurants, cafes, bars, night clubs, barge restaurants, shopping malls, clothing stores, bookmakers, casinos, children’s playrooms, sports and fitness centres, swimming pools, spa centres, balloons for football, basketball, tennis or any other recreational sport, and will be closed on weekends.
So far, the only tentative deadline for those stricter measures is said to be two weeks in the capital.
Grocery stores, shops, retail facilities as well as newsagents, kiosks and the like where, as a rule, you do not enter the facility when shopping can work on weekdays and weekends, until 9 pm.
Food delivery services are allowed to work 24/7.
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Pharmacies and petrol stations (fuel sales) can also work non-stop, without restrictions. Outdoor markets will also be open on weekends from 6 am to 3 pm.
Other exceptions are restaurants and bars located within hotels and private accommodation. They can provide services exclusively to registered guests until 9 pm every day.
Doctor’s offices and laboratories can operate throughout the day, including weekends.
Professional athletes can use sports facilities to prepare for their competitions over the weekend. Facilities and institutions in the field of culture – cinemas, theatres, museums and galleries will be able to work on weekdays, as well as on Saturdays and Sundays, until 5 pm.
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