In Serbia, 96 new cases of coronavirus, one person died

One person died. The mortality rate is now 2.05%.
During the last 24 hours, 6.098 people were tested, and a total of 319.581 tests have been done so far.
There are currently 568 active cases in Serbia, and there are 17 patients on respirators.
Since the beginning of the epidemic, 12.522 cases of coronavirus have been registered in Serbia, while 257 people have died.

Can the Coronavirus Survive on Clothes and Shoes

As cases of the coronavirus surge in over 20 US states and in countries all over the world, you might want to brush up on best practices for helping to stay safe, including what you should know about wearing a face mask and sanitizing your home. But here's another question: should you also sanitize your clothes and shoes? How long can the coronavirus survive on surfaces anyway?

Five Athens clinic officials to testify before prosecutor over coronavirus-related deaths

An Athens prosecutor has summoned five officials at the Taxiarchai clinic in Peristeri, western Athens, to testify over charges of criminal misconduct in the rapid spread of coronavirus among elderly patients at the facility, according to reports Tuesday.

Coronavirus: 15 new cases, one death

Greek health authorities say they have confirmed 15 new coronavirus cases in the country in the last 24 hours, which raises the total number to 3,148.
The death toll from Covid-19 has climbed to 185, as one more fatality was recorded in the past 24 hours.
Twelve people remain intubated in intensive care units.

EU: Air passengers 'halved' in March amid virus

The number of air passengers "at least halved" in March, when the novel coronavirus peaked, the 27-member-bloc's statistical office said on June 16.

Restrictive measures, to stem the spread of the COVID-19, affected the aviation sector deeply, Eurostat said.

In March, versus the same month 2019, the largest decline was seen in Italy by 85%, or 11.9 million.