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The government of the Republic of Serbia adopted today new measures to combat the spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19.

The government determined several facilities in the territory of the Republic which, if necessary, would serve as quarantine accommodation.

Measures to limit public gatherings outdoors and indoors have been made stricter.

For the sake of precaution, the measure concerning the ban on the export of medicines has been tightened and now the export ban applies not only to medicines manufactured in Serbia but to all medicines that are in the territory of our country.

For the same reasons, in addition to sunflower oil, the export of sunflower in the shell and semi-processed oil has been banned from today.

All measures adopted are aimed solely at preserving the life and health of the population. However, the government cannot win this fight on its own, but we need cooperation with all citizens and their greatest discipline.

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