The Serbian government has adopted new restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus, which will take effect on Nov. 24, the Serbian government has announced, explaining that their duration was ten days.
Working hours for restaurants, coffee shops, bars, clubs, betting sites and shopping malls will be moved back to 6 p.m., and masks will be mandatory indoors, as well as outdoors whenever contact cannot be avoided. In addition, gatherings of more than five people will be banned both indoors and outdoors. "Companies, schools, shops, shopping malls and similar facilities have been exempted from the ban, and a limitation of four square meters per person will apply to them instead," the government clarified in a press release.
Another requirement is that work from home be allowed wherever this is possible while the government has announced that the authorities will strictly enforce these rules and check whether passengers in public transportation are wearing masks. The allowed number of passengers per vehicle is half of the maximum number.