Immigration and Movement During State of Emergency in Serbia
Immigration and Movement During State of Emergency in S
Please find below some of the most important measures that have been taken so far:
- The borders are closed for travelers as of 20 March 2020.
- Cargo traffic is permitted and is conducted without interruptions with slight delays on certain border crossings.
- International air passenger traffic is suspended, as well as intercity bus and train transport within Serbia until further notice. Furthermore, city public transport has been suspended (except taxis and specially introduced bus lines).
- Government introduced a curfew to halt the spread of the coronavirus. The ban applies to all citizens from 5 pm to 5 am. No one can be in the streets, except officers on duty (police, army and similar) or workers with special permits.
- Schools, kindergartens and faculties.
- A ban on indoor gatherings with more than 5 people is active.
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