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Crisis Staff press conference scheduled for today at 3 p.m.

As of today, additional measures are in force in Serbia to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which means that after 5 pm and on weekends, only grocery stores, pharmacies and gas stations can work.
Also, the markets will be open on weekends from 6 am to 3 pm.

The largest COVID hospital opened; "Even today, it puzzles me how Vučić knew"

The director of that hospital, Tatjana Adi Vukievi, stated that she has a great honor to be the head of the largest COVID hospital. She also said that the first patients arrive in the afternoon. According to her, she and her team will do their best to defeat the coronavirus epidemic.

First Snow in Bosnia Hits Migrants in Tent Shelter Hard

Alba Domínguez Pena, from No Name Kitchen, an NGO helping refugees, said some 40 to 60 people live in this tent shelter, which they call "Bangladeshi jungle", as it is "a squat made mostly of Bangladeshi people.

Coronavirus does not abate: More than 7.500 newly infected, 61 people died

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.

Croatia Urged to Toughen its Response to Human Trafficking

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.

"The arrival of IBM is a turning point for Serbia"

She wrote that on Twitter on the occasion of the news that the American technology company IBM became the first user of the State Data Center in Kragujevac.

A new warning for the citizens of Serbia - new restrictions to follow

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.

The ambulance transported patients all night long

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.

Three Arrested in Bosnia for Election Fraud in Srebrenica

Officers of Bosnia's State Investigation and Protection Agency, SIPA, arrested three people on Tuesday in Srebrenica and the Tuzla area for election fraud during local elections in mid-November.

Black record set again - the largest number of newly infected and tested in Serbia

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.