Serbia’s Health Minister Zlatibor Loncar decided that as of now, a maximum of 100 people could gather both indoor and outdoor, doubling the previous number of those who, with the respect of all other protective measures, could rally, N1 reported on Friday.
The decision comes after the authorities said the coronavirus epidemic was slowing down and during the campaign for the June 21 general elections in Serbia.
Besides, after the Belgrade ‘Nikola Tesla’ airportresumed flights on Thursday, the southern city of Nis’ ‘Konstantin Veliki’ airfield also restart traffic with the first flight to Dortmund on Friday.
The passengers are obliged to wear face masks and gloves, and ‘Nikola Tesla’s' authorities advised people to come to the airport up to three hours ahead of departure.
Also, Serbia’s Government decided that people arriving in Serbia did not need a PCR test on coronavirus, previously mandatory permit by the country diplomatic missions and self-isolation.
They will be issued a medical warning about the measures they should take.
For those travelling out of Serbia, the measures depend on the rules in the countries of their destination.
The Government also said that the PCR test on personal request would cost 6,000 Dinars or about 51 Euro.