Prime Minister reveals whether COVID PASSES will be extended to 24 hours
Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, has said in Kragujevac that vaccination against the coronavirus is a response to the pandemic and that “there is a slow growth in that regard – we have exceeded 55% of those vaccinated and that is the most important thing.”
Brnabic said at the press conference after visiting Kragujevac-based company for distribution of thermal energy “Energetika” that for now, there will be no extension of the covid passes to 24 hours.
Asked whether the measures against the epidemic should be tightened, she said that “for now, the measure we have in place should be fully implemented and all that should come to life.”
“At the same time, we are again implementing strict inspections regarding the other measures, including masks indoors and outdoors, where it is impossible to keep a distance,” said Brnabic and she announced that a meeting of the Crisis Staff for combating the coronavirus epidemic would be held next week.
Asked whether students would switch to online classes, Branabic said that the Batut Institute was holding meetings with the medical part of the Crisis Staff and with the Ministry of Education about what the further recommendations for the school should be.
“They will have another meeting on Thursday and then they will present their recommendation to the Crisis Staff. I expect to see the recommendation. What is extremely important to me and what I think should not be changed is that children from the first to the fourth grade of primary school should certainly continue to go to school,” said Brnabic.
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