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Serbia Not to Soften Covid-19 Restrictions

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Archive / News | 24.03.21 | access_time 15:34


Vojvodina's Secretary of Health Zoran Gojkovic said on March 24 that the Serbian government's Covid-19 crisis headquarters had decided not to soften the restrictions in force.

Gojkovic said to reporters after a session of the government's coronavirus response team that pupils would be allowed to go their schools in small groups to be marked, and that a clear instruction in that regard had been sent to the Ministry of Education.

According to the healthcare official, immunized people who can present a vaccination certificate will be allowed to enter Serbia without a negative PCR test, and will not be quarantined. Complete immunity requires two doses of Sputnik  Pfizer and Sinopharm vaccines. A single dose of AstraZeneca's shot will be considered equal to the two-dose series required by the other three manufacturers, Gojkovic explained.

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