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Minister of Health Zlatibor Loncar stated today that coronavirus claimed the second life in Serbia. Loncar said in a statement to TV Prva that the second victim is a 92-year old woman who was on ventilatory support at the Infectious Diseases Clinic in Belgrade.

Until 08.00 this morning 17 more persons tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the new total to 188, according to the Ministry of Health.

edited:  Today at 18.00 the Ministry of Health stated that a total of 222 confirmed COVID-19 cases have been registered in Serbia since the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic.

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