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Parliament's Speaker Maja Gojkovic said on Monday that the MPs will also consider the Bill on the validity of the regulations passed by the Government with the signature of the President during the state of emergency and approved by the National Assembly, submitted by the Government of Serbia.
The sitting will be held in the National Assembly House starting at 10 am.
This was done at the initiative of the Ministry of Defense, with an appropriate elaboration in accordance with the Law on Defense.
The proposal states that the activities of the competent health organizations and state bodies in the territory of Serbia have established active epidemiological surveillance of the disease COVID-19.
Hundreds of thousands of workers in Balkan countries have lost their jobs due to economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, official statistical data show. And many fear the real numbers of job losses could be considerably higher, as not all countries in the region have compiled comprehensive records.
Thus the total number of infected increased to 9.557.
The report said that, with four more deaths, the total number of coronavirus-related deaths now stands at 197.
A total of 2.023 patients have been hospitalized, including 53 on respirators.
A total of 1.574 people have recovered from coronavirus.
Josip Broz Tito, as President of Yugoslavia, first of all, built his reputation with the people of Yugoslavia. For years, a cult of leader was developed, so the marshal's photographs hung above school boards, but also in the homes of many Yugoslavs - from Vardar to Triglav. He remained remembered for his turbulent political and private life.
On the bench opposite them would be the perpetrator who had committed the actual crime, and he would tell the story of how he and a certain colleague had stopped two boys on the side of the street, checked them, drove them somewhere in the dark and finished them off. He would reveal to the mother in detail how her son was actually murdered and where they buried his body.
He said the signed proposal by the President and Prime Minister would be submitted to the Assembly on Wednesday and that the state of emergency was expected to be lifted, which would come into force on Thursday, May 7. "That would mean, we wouldn't have a curfew as of Thursday," the President said on TV Pink.
5.274 samples were tested, out of which 102 came out positive for the coronavirus.
COVID-19 death rate in Serbia is now 2.04 percent. A total of 9.464 coronavirus cases were confirmed in the country so far, while 2.116 people were hospitalised, with 54 of them on ventilators, while 1.551 patients recovered.