Institute for Public Health
As they announced, after Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Branko Ruzic's statement in the media, different interpretations appeared related to testing students, as well as the percentage of positive students in the class based on which the class switches to online classes.
Empty streets in Tuzi. Photo: BIRN/Samir Kajosevic
Government vice-president Milutin Simovic told locals on Tuesday night that they would have to remain at home until further notice. "Without exception, all citizens of Tuzi must be at their homes. We are beginning a battle for this town and for all of Montenegro," Simovic told a press conference.
Serbian Health Minister Zlatibor Loncar confirmed on Wednesday that an unvaccinated man from Belgrade had died from measles, which has spread across Serbia since an outbreak was first reported in November.
"This problem can't be solved until we are all vaccinated," Loncar told the press, calling on parents to protect their children's health.
BELGRADE - In large number of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in reception centers in Serbia, a greater presence of body lice was noticed, which normally transmit Typhus and trench fever.