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HygieneShield appliances - a part of a safe household in the new normal

Burak Kiroglu, general manager of Beko Balkans, "Beko has introduced a new line of HygieneShield products to the market, designed to already have disinfection programs built in to make the transition to the new normal safe and carefree for the modern consumer."

In Serbia, again over 3.000 newly infected, 16 people died

There are 3.876 patients with coronavirus in hospitals throughout Serbia, of which 159 are on respirators.
A total of 14.128 people were tested.
The total number of registered cases since the outbreak of the epidemic in the country is 453.240.
2.917.578 citizens were tested, while a total of 4.414 patients died.

Greek Police Denies Golden Dawn Fugitive Hiding in Serbia

A Greek police spokesperson has brushed aside reports that a convicted fugitive, Christos Pappas, from the far-right Golden Dawn party, may be hiding out in a Serbian monastary.

High figures: More than 3.500 infected, 15 people died

There are currently 3.832 people in hospital, of whom 153 are on respirators.
In the last 24 hours, 15.074 people were tested, and 2.903.450 since the outbreak of the epidemic.
A total of 449.901 cases of infection have been confirmed in Serbia.

Minister of Education: The situation is not alarming

He pointed out that the number of infected students does not exceed 0.5 percent of the total number of students, and the number of infected teachers does not exceed one percent of the total number.

Croatia Indicts Serb Ex-Paramilitary for Torturing, Killing Teenager

The Croatian State Attorney's Office in the city of Osijek said on Wednesday that it has indicted a former member of Serb paramilitary forces for involvement in the torture and murder of a minor after the occupation of the town of Vukovar in November 1991.

The unnamed suspect, a 70-year-old citizen of Croatia and Canada, is being held in custody due to the risk that he might flee.

As of this morning, Serbia is ahead of the United States of America PHOTO

When it comes to the number of revaccinations, Serbia is the first in Europe and the fourth in the world, B92.net has learned.
For the sake of comparison, Serbia has more revaccinated citizens in absolute numbers than Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia and Albania.

Vučić: If you thought so - you were wrong VIDEO / PHOTO

The meeting started at 2.30 p.m., in the building of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic. The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikola Selakovi.
The former Metropolitan of Zagreb and Ljubljana, Porfirije, was elected patriarch on Thursday, February 18, and was enthroned a day later in the Cathedral Church in Belgrade.

Nearly 3.500 newly infected, 17 people died

There are 152 patients on respirators.
In the past 24 hours, 15.200 people were tested.
Currently, 3.776 people are hospitalized in health care institutions in Serbia.
The total number of registered cases in Serbia is 446.313. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, 4.383 patients have died in Serbia, while 2.888.376 people have been tested.

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