COVID – 19 State of Emergency Canceled

After nearly 2 months the Serbian Parliament has voted to cancel the state of emergency declared on 15 March 2020.

This means that the curfew introduced in March shall cease to be in force from 07 March 2020. The Parliament has also abolished 11 decrees in force during the state of emergency, which refer to the organization of work, part of tax measures, indebtedness, participation in criminal proceedings, etc.

Cancelation of the state of emergency does not mean the abolition of all of the measures introduced during the state of emergency, and the certain restrictions, that were introduced to curb the spread of the coronavirus, will remain in force, such as wearing of the gloves and face masks that will remain as mandatory in public transport, restaurants, and cafes. The physical distancing of at least two meters will remain to be applicable as well as the ban of all public gatherings

In addition, the competent election commissions will adopt on 11 May decisions on the continuation of electoral activities for the 2020 elections.

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