She emphasized that the epidemiological situation is much more favorable now, with the trend of a drop in the number of the infected.
"It was expected in public that the number of infected people would decrease linearly. That never happens with infectious diseases," said Kisic, who is also the deputy director of the Institute of Public Health of Serbia "Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut".
If we reach 100 people within three days, the measures will be tightened again. This was confirmed by the Chief State Health Inspector and member of the National Operational Staff Assoc. Prof. Angel Kunchev on BNT He said that the week of April 20-26 was with the highest values, but it is too early to draw general conclusions and it is in our hands what we will allow to happen.
"If the virus was massively present, we would have discovered it earlier. We would have known the number of those who had flu-like illnesses, and this was not something special," Kon told RTS this morning.
He said that after lifting the state of emergency, contacts would continue to be avoided, which would continue to be especially true for those over 65 and for chronic patients.