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At today’s session, the government of the Republic of Serbia adopted new measures to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Under the decision, international air traffic from Constantine the Great airport in Nis is suspended until further notice.

Also, health and sanitary inspectors will determine binding measures of mandatory health surveillance and measures of mandatory self-isolation also verbally, instead of handing over written resolutions, which has been the case so far.

In addition, the right of entry into the Republic of Serbia was extended to military convoys and transports for military purposes with the required approvals.

The government of the Republic of Serbia once again urges all citizens, and especially our oldest fellow citizens, to fully comply with all government instructions in order to preserve their health.

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