The person was 48 years old and was staying at KBC Dragisa Misovic in Belgrade. In Serbia, three people died in one day, with a total of seven coronavirus victims.
"We expect that this week will be difficult, as well as next, there will be an increase in the number of infected, and there will be more deaths, we need to be aware of that", epidemiologist Branislav Tiodorovic said.
Cenzolovka's editorial board supports the solidarity action with the Zig Info portal and colleagues Milan Jovanovic and Zeljko Matorcevic.
"As we are very familiar with this case, we will provide assistance to all colleagues and newsrooms interested in researching the topics that Jovanovic and Matorcevic have started," the website announced on Monday, adding:
BELGRADE - Two films from Serbia have been included in the official selection of the 68th Cannes Film Festival, which will be held this year May 13-24, the Serbian Film Center said in a release on Thursday.
These are Panama by Pavle Vuckovic and The High Sun (Zvizdan) by Dalibor Matanic.
BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic stated on Tuesday that for the first time in the recent history, Serbia recorded no deficit in the first 40 days of the year.
Vucic expressed expectation at the conference under the title "Belgrade Dialogues" that this year's economic data will be by far better than expected.
After almost a month of investigation, Serbian police have named a suspect in the killing of 21-year-old Luka Jovanovic, who was hit by a car on July 25 on Branko’s Bridge in Belgrade.
According to the police, surveillance camera footage showed that suspect Marko Milicev hit Jovanovic with his black Mini Countryman and then drove off.
BELGRADE - Four young programmers from Serbia won three medals at 26th International Olympiad in Informatics that closed in Taipei on Sunday , leader of the Serbian team Nikola Milosavljevic has stated.
The Serbian programmers scooped two silver medals and one bronze at this year's competition whić
brought together 311 participants from 82 countries.