Serbia introduces toughened anti-COVID measures, closing stores, cafes until morning

Serbia introduces toughened anti-COVID measures, closing stores, cafes until morning
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  • calendar-gray 18 November 2020

New restrictions in connection with COVID-19 came into force on Tuesday evening in Serbia, now all stores and service centres are closed overnight, and fines have been increased for non-compliance with the measures, APA reports quoting Sputnik.

Serbia on Tuesday recorded almost 5,000 coronavirus patients. A total of 24 patients died in the past 24 hours.

The total number of infected people since the beginning of the pandemic has reached 92,375, with 1,054 deaths.

In total, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has registered more than 54.771 million coronavirus cases, while the death toll has exceeded 1.3 million people. The US, India, and Brazil are the three countries hit the hardest by the pandemic, wit

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