CURFEW abolished, but not the EMERGENCY measures

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Members of the Serbian Parliament voted on the Draft Decision on the Abolition of Curfew, submitted by the Government of Serbia. This means that curfew is active no more, but certain emergency measures, adopted due to the coronavirus epidemic, remain. Gloves and masks will be mandatory in public transport, but also in restaurants and cafes, physical distance remains in force, ban on public gatherings, there will be classes in schools – remote learning remains, no cinemas and theatres. Keeping a distance of two meters remains in force, contact will have to be avoided until further notice – hugs, handshakes, people over 65 will be able to move whenever they want, but it is recommended that they continue to spend more time in their homes. Walking is allowed, but not in a group. Celebrations such as weddings, baptisms and birthdays will be allowed from June 15th.

 

Source: RTS

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