Shopping malls open today, strict rules apply

Following the decree of Serbian Health Minister, Zlatibor Loncar, indoor and outdoor shopping malls in Serbia can work again from 6 am to 10 pm as of today, the government announced.

As it was specified, catering facilities in shopping malls will remain closed, however, they are allowed to sell food and drinks over the counter.

The decree also states that the facility manager is obliged to prevent a large number of people from gathering at the counters, as well as to ensure that a distance of two metres is held between them at all times.

The useful area of the entire facility must be prominently displayed at the entrance i.e. the space and the number of people who are allowed to be in it, as well as the obligation of visitors to wear protective masks.

Employees must wear protective masks during work, while jointly used areas and items used must be disinfected every hour.

Each shopping mall must appoint a COVID warden, whose responsibility is to make sure that all shoppers wear masks. If the facility has several entrances and exits, as well as several floors and an area larger than 500 square metres, additional COVID wardens must be appointed.

When it comes to other service activities, the measures remain the same, which means that all types of sales and service facilities can work until 10 pm, including outdoor seating areas in restaurants and cafes, however, without live music.

Pharmacies, petrol stations, food delivery, doctor’s offices, as well as medical, veterinarian and dentist’s offices are allowed to work without restrictions.

(Mondo, 11.04.2021)

https://mondo.rs/Info/Drustvo/a1458127/trzni-centri-mere-radno-vreme-korona-redari.html

 

 

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