Measures remain until further notice, no consultation today. Hospitals full, especially in Belgrade
A meeting of the Crisis HQ has not yet been scheduled
Consultations between the medical part of the Crisis HQ for the fight against coronavirus and Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabic, that were supposed to be held today, have not been scheduled yet and, according to our source from the HQ, will most likely not be held.
This means that the measures that are in force will remain until further notice, i.e., that information and announcements about the reopening of gardens of cafes and restaurants, something mentioned in certain media reports, is not accurate and is yet to be verified.
Also, a new meeting of the Crisis HQ has not been scheduled yet.
The last consultations regarding the measures were held on Tuesday. It was decided at the time not to relax Covid restrictions, but instead keep them as they were.
At the moment, hospitality industry facilities and shopping centers are closed, while the only easing of the measures that is mentioned as possible in the future is to reopen gardens of restaurants and cafes.
"It's not time for that yet. Hospitals are full, especially in Belgrade," said our source from the headquarters.
According to the latest data from yesterday at 3 pm,a total of 7,368 patients were hospitalized in healthcare institutions and temporary hospitals in Serbia, of which 290 were on ventilators.
Over the previous 24 hours until 3 pm on Wednesday, samples taken from 17,801 people were tested, of which 5,107 were positive. 38 more patients died during the same period of time.
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