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Compulsory Testing for Serbian Nationals Coming From Foreign States

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Archive / News | 09.12.20 | access_time 15:32


Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said on Dec. 9 that compulsory testing had been discussed as a measure to apply to the Serbs coming home during the Christmas season.

"We weigh out the coronavirus restrictions on a daily basis, trying to decide what it takes to keep the lid on the situation, in spite of the predictions that January and February might be the worst two months," Brnabic said.

The prime minister underlined that "it's important to avoid a catastrophic scenario," and keep the economy open, or at least close it as little as possible, "because it puts food to the tables across Serbia."

Brnabic was concerned because very few citizens were interested in getting a Covid-19 vaccine, even though it offered the best protection, explaining that she was working to secure a vaccine that would be free-of-charge for the citizens, but the immunization would not be mandatory.

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