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22.243 people were tested.
There are currently 7.726 people in hospitals, 288 of whom are on respirators.
A total of 199.158 cases of coronavirus have been registered in Serbia since the outbreak of the epidemic.
1.765 people died as a result of the virus. As of March, 1.844.731 people have been tested.
A new report on human trafficking in Croatia by the Council of Europe's Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings, GRETA, published on Thursday, said that Croatia should strengthen its criminal justice response to human trafficking and enable victims to more effectively exercise their right to compensation.
Djerlek told RTS that the Government is expected to adopt new measures tomorrow, and that they will take effect on Friday. He points out that the situation is getting worse day by day and that it is a signal that it is necessary to react, because it is obvious that the existing measures did not give the desired results.
Emergency teams also had several interclinical transports of COVID patients in Belgrade and from Belgrade to cities in the interior of Serbia.
21 ambulance crews were on duty and they intervened a total of 118 times, of which 13 times in public places.
During the night, there were four traffic accidents, but without any seriously injured persons, and one stab wound.
This is the largest number tested and infected with coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic.
There are 269 patients on respirators.
It should be reiterated that the new restrictive measures proposed by the Crisis Staff should be confirmed at the session of the Government of Serbia on Thursday. The measures will be valid from Friday.