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COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia
COVID-19 Outbreak cases in Serbia.png
Number of confirmed cases by municipality
(as of 16 May 2020):
  0 confirmed
  1–35 confirmed
  39–138 confirmed
  151–1014 confirmed
  1882 confirmed
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationSerbia
(excluding Kosovo[lower-alpha 1])
First caseSubotica
6 March 2020 (364 days ago)
Arrival date6 March 2020 – present
(11 months, 3 weeks and 6 days)
Confirmed cases12,803
Active cases846
Recovered11,697
Deaths
260
Official website
covid19.rs
covid19.data.gov.rs

The COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia is a current outbreak of Coronavirus disease 2019 in Serbia caused by SARS-CoV-2. Its first case in Serbia was reported on 6 March 2020,[1] and confirmed by Minister of Health Zlatibor Lončar,[2] the case was a 43-year-old man from Bačka Topola who had travelled to Budapest.[3]

As of 17 June 2020, 319,581 individuals had been tested of which there had been 12,522 confirmed cases and 257 deaths in Serbia, while there are 568 people defined as active cases.[4]

Background[edit source | edit]

On 12 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that a novel coronavirus was the cause of a respiratory illness in a cluster of people in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, which was reported to the WHO on 31 December 2019.[5][6]

The case fatality ratio for COVID-19 has been much lower than SARS of 2003,[7][8] but the transmission has been significantly greater, with a significant total death toll.[9][7]

Timeline[edit source | edit]

Template:COVID-19 pandemic data/Serbia medical cases chart

March 2020[edit source | edit]

On 6 March (10:00), the first case was confirmed[10] when a man who had been in Hungary and Subotica tested positive for the virus. The patient was later moved from a city hospital in Subotica to the Clinical Center of Vojvodina in Novi Sad because of his worsening condition.[citation needed]

On 9 March (18:00), a second case was confirmed [11] when a Chinese citizen tested positive for the virus.

On 10 March (8:00), two more cases were confirmed.[12]

On 11 March (8:00), seven more cases were confirmed.[13] On 11 March 2020 (20:00), six more cases were confirmed.[14]

On 12 March (8:00), one more case was confirmed.[14] On 12 March 2020 (18:00), five more cases were confirmed.[15]

On 13 March (8:00), seven more cases were confirmed. On 13 March (18:00), four more cases were confirmed.[16] First reported recovery.[17]

On 14 March (8:00), six more cases were confirmed.[18] On 14 March (20:00), five more cases were confirmed.[19]

On 15 March (18:00), two more cases were confirmed. At 20:15 CET, the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić declared a nationwide state of emergency.[20] Serbia closed its borders to all foreigners not living in Serbia, while Serbian citizens entering the country were required to self-quarantine for up to 28 days, or face criminal charges of three years in prison. All schools, faculties and kindergartens were also closed.[21]

On 16 March (8:00), seven more cases were confirmed.[22] On 16 March (18:00), two more cases were confirmed.[23]

On 17 March, fifteen more cases were confirmed, eight at (8:00)[24] and seven at (18:00).[25] Serbia introduced night curfew as a protection measure. The curfew will be in the place everyday from 8 p.m.(20:00) to 5 a.m.(05:00) Furthermore, people aged above 65 (70 in rural areas) are not allowed to leave their homes at any time.[26]

On 18 March, seventeen more cases were confirmed, eleven at (8:00)[27] and six at (18:00).[28]

On 19 March, fourteen more cases were confirmed: eight at (8:00)[29] and six at (18:00).[30] Two people recovered and were released from hospital. New protection measures were introduced, as of 20 March at 8 a.m.(08:00) all border crossings were closed for passengers entering Serbia by roads, railway and river traffic, except for goods lorries. Furthermore, all intercity bus and train lines were suspended as of noon 20 March. It was also announced that the curfew would be soon extended.[31]

On 20 March, 32 cases were confirmed: 15 at (08:00) and 17 at (18:00).[32] At (8:00), all the border crossings were closed for traffic, except for trucks transporting goods. At (12:00), all traffic between cities in Serbia was banned, except for car traffic. 154 civilians were arrested during the early hours for not following the curfew. At (18:13h), a patient[33] from Kikinda was pronounced dead, which was the first death since the beginning of the crisis. On the same day the Norwegian government sent financial aid of 5 million Euros to help combat the virus.[34][35][36]

Disinfection of housing in Serbia during the COVID-19 pandemic

On 21 March, 36 new cases were confirmed: 14 at (08:00)[37] and 22 at (18:00). As of 21 March new measures were put in place: all public transport was prohibited, the curfew was extended (previously from 20:00 to 05:00) to 17:00 - 05:00, also all business in shopping centres was prohibited except for grocer's shops and chemist's. All gatherings in public places and sports courts were also banned, as were gatherings of more than 5 people in private spaces. All catering facilities were ordered to operate for take-out food only and customers banned from entering their in-door premises, this also applied to gambling, car washes, playrooms and similar facilities.[38]

On 22 March, a 92-year-old woman died,[39] the second death since the start of the pandemic. Fifty-one new cases were confirmed: 17 at (8:00) [40] and 34 at (18:00) for a total of 222.[41] The new curfew from (17:00) to (05:00) was implemented. It was decided that new cases would be announced once per day at (15:00).[42]

On 23 March, a 60-year-old woman died,[43] the third death since the start of the pandemic. It was also announced that 3 previously infected cases were tested negative and released from hospital. Twenty-seven new cases were confirmed for a total of 249.[44] President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić held a press conference and announced that extensive testing would start in the next 48 hours and that from that date, everyone who tested positive for the coronavirus would be hospitalised with mild cases separated from serious cases. Mild cases would be placed in buildings with easy access where the army would install 3,000 beds, most probably in big fairgrounds or sports halls. He also said that isolation of 10 Belgrade municipalities most affected by the pandemic was being considered.[45]

On 24 March, fifty-four new cases were confirmed for a total of 303. It was also announced that in 12 previously infected cases had been tested negative and released from hospital for a total of 15.[46][47]

On 25 March, a 60-year-old woman from Niš died, the fourth death since the start of the pandemic.[48] Eighty-one new cases were confirmed for a total of 384.[49]

On 26 March, three more deaths were announced, two in Belgrade and one in Niš, for a total of 7 since the start of the pandemic.[50][51] Seventy three new cases were confirmed for a total of 457.[52]

On 27 March, a 62-year-old man from Kikinda died, for a total of 8 deaths since the start of the pandemic. One more patient's test results came back positive after he had died but his cause of death was not confirmed to be due to coronavirus.[53] Seventy one new cases were confirmed for a total of 528, and in total 42 previously hospitalised patients had been tested negative and released.[54]

On 28 March, two more deaths were confirmed, one in Belgrade and one in Niš, for a total of 10 since the start of the pandemic.[55] 131 new cases were confirmed for a total of 659.[56] New protective measures were put in place: everyone who entered the country after 14 March would have the required self-isolation period extended from 14 to 28 days. The curfew was extended during the weekends to start at 15:00 instead of 17:00. The previous decision that allowed pet owners to go out during the curfew between 20:00 and 21:00 in order to take their pets for a walk was retracted.[57] Temporary hospitals within Belgrade Fair halls were opened for all less severe cases to be isolated in, with similar hospitals soon to be organised in Novi Sad and Niš.[58]

On 29 March, three more deaths were confirmed, two from Belgrade and one from Kikinda, for a total of 13 since the start of the pandemic. 82 new cases were confirmed for a total of 741,[59] while 54 in total are cured.[60]

On 30 March, three more deaths were confirmed, one from Valjevo, one from Temerin and one from Belgrade, for a total of 16 since the start of the pandemic. 44 new cases were confirmed for a total of 785.[61]

On 31 March, seven more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 23 since the start of the pandemic. 115 new cases were confirmed for a total of 900.[62]

April 2020[edit source | edit]

On 1 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 28 since the start of the pandemic. 160 new cases were confirmed for a total of 1,060.[63]

On 2 April, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 31 since the start of the pandemic. 111 new cases were confirmed for a total of 1,171.[64]

On 3 April, eight more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 39 since the start of the pandemic. 305 new cases were confirmed for a total of 1,476.[65]

On 4 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 44 since the start of the pandemic. 148 new cases were confirmed for a total of 1,624.[66]

On 5 April, seven more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 51 since the start of the pandemic. 284 new cases were confirmed for a total of 1,908.[67]

On 6 April, seven more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 58 since the start of the pandemic. 292 new cases were confirmed for a total of 2,200.[68] President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić has stated that Serbia is also treating 8 sick Albanians who do not have any sort of Serbian documents.[69]

On 7 April, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 61 since the start of the pandemic. 247 new cases were confirmed for a total of 2,447.[70]

On 8 April, four more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 65 since the start of pandemic. 219 new cases were confirmed for a total of 2,666.[71]

On 9 April, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 66 since the start of the pandemic. 201 new cases were confirmed for a total of 2,867.[72]

On 10 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 71 since the start of the pandemic. 238 new cases were confirmed for a total of 3,105.[73]

On 11 April, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 74 since the start of the pandemic. 275 new cases were confirmed for a total of 3,380. [74]

On 12 April, six more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 80 since the start of the pandemic. 250 new cases were confirmed for a total of 3,630. [75]

On 13 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 85 since the start of the pandemic. 424 new cases were confirmed for a total of 4,054.[76] First cases of virus entering retirement and nursing homes were confirmed, with one based in Niš being hit the hardest with 144 confirmed cases (140 elderly patients and 4 employees). Director of that institution was sacked and arrested with accusations of neglect.[77]

On 14 April, nine more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 94 since the start of the pandemic. 411 new cases were confirmed for a total of 4,465.[78]

On 15 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 99 since the start of the pandemic. 408 new cases were confirmed for a total of 4,873.[79]

On 16 April, four more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 103 since the start of the pandemic. 445 new cases were confirmed for a total of 5,318.[80]

On 17 April, seven more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 110 since the start of the pandemic. 372 new cases were confirmed for a total of 5,690.[81]

On 18 April, seven more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 117 since the start of the pandemic. 304 new cases were confirmed for a total of 5,994.[82]

On 19 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 122 since the start of the pandemic. 324 new cases were confirmed for a total of 6,318.[83]

On 20 April, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 125 since the start of the pandemic. 312 new cases were confirmed for a total of 6,630.[84]

On 21 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 130 since the start of the pandemic. 260 new cases were confirmed for a total of 6,890. [85]

On 22 April, four more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 134 since the start of the pandemic. 224 new cases were confirmed for a total of 7,144. A further 3,281 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 48,636 since the start of the pandemic. 3,266 patients are hospitalized, out of those 103 are on respirators. A total of 73 patients were taken off respirators. 1,025 people have recovered from the virus.[86]

On 23 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 139 since the start of the pandemic. 162 new cases were confirmed for a total of 7,276. A further 2,688 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 51,324 since the start of the pandemic. 3,477 patients are hospitalized, out of those 96 are on respirators. 1,063 people have recovered from the virus.[87]

On 24 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 144 since the start of the pandemic. 207 new cases were confirmed for a total of 7,483. A further 3,563 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 54,887 since the start of the pandemic. 3,164 patients are hospitalized, out of those 95 are on respirators. 1,094 people have recovered from the virus.[88]

On 25 April, seven more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 151 since the start of the pandemic. 296 new cases were confirmed for a total of 7,779. A further 5,051 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 59,938 since the start of the pandemic. 3,135 patients are hospitalized, out of those 91 are on respirators. 1,152 people have recovered from the virus.[89]

On 26 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 156 since the start of the pandemic. 263 new cases were confirmed for a total of 8,042. A further 4,365 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 64,303 since the start of the pandemic. 3,044 patients are hospitalized, out of those 85 are on respirators. 1,182 people have recovered from the virus. At 20:05 (after the applause dedicated to the medical workers at 20:00), citizens in Belgrade and Novi Sad, inspired by the initiative Do not let Belgrade d(r)own started to bang pots, in protest of the government's restrictive measures, some calling the protest "loudness against dictatorship".[90][91]

On 27 April, six more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 162 since the start of the pandemic. 233 new cases were confirmed for a total of 8.275. A further 3,614 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 67,917 since the start of the pandemic. 2,701 patients are hospitalized, out of those 85 are on respirators. 1,209 people have recovered from the virus.[92]

On 28 April, six more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 168 since the start of the pandemic. 222 new cases were confirmed for a total of 8.497. A further 5.446 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 73.363 since the start of the pandemic. 2.517 patients are hospitalized, out of those 79 are on respirators. 1,260 people have recovered from the virus.[93]

On 29 April, five more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 173 since the start of the pandemic. 227 new cases were confirmed for a total of 8.724. A further 5,579 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 78.942 since the start of the pandemic. 2.470 patients are hospitalized, out of those 78 are on respirators. 1,292 people have recovered from the virus.[94]

On 30 April, six more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 179 since the start of the pandemic. 285 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.009. A further 6,703 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 85.645 since the start of the pandemic. 2.479 patients are hospitalized, out of those 71 are on respirators. 1,343 people have recovered from the virus.[95]

May 2020[edit source | edit]

On 1 May, six more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 185 since the start of the pandemic. 196 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.205. A further 5.906 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 91.551 since the start of the pandemic. 2.375 patients are hospitalized, out of those 65 are on respirators. 1.379 people have recovered from the virus.[96]

On 2 May, four more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 189 since the start of the pandemic. 157 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.362. A further 5.086 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 96.637 since the start of the pandemic. 2.286 patients are hospitalized, out of those 57 are on respirators. 1.426 people have recovered from the virus.[97]

On 3 May, four more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 193 since the start of the pandemic. 102 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.464. A further 5.274 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 101.911 since the start of the pandemic. 2.116 patients are hospitalized, out of those 54 are on respirators. 1.551 people have recovered from the virus.[98]

On 4 May, four more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 197 since the start of the pandemic, 93 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.557. A further 4.550 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 106.461 since the start of the pandemic. 2.023 patients are hospitalized, out of those 53 are on respirators. 1.574 people have recovered from the virus.[99]

On 5 May, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 200 since the start of the pandemic, 120 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.677. A further 4.817 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 111.278 since the start of the pandemic. 1.855 patients are hospitalized, out of those 51 are on respirators. 1.723 people have recovered from the virus.[100]

On 6 May, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 203 since the start of the pandemic, 114 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.791. A further 6.196 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 117.474 since the start of the pandemic. 1.750 patients are hospitalized, out of those 48 are on respirators. 1.971 people have recovered from the virus.[101]

On 7 May, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 206 since the start of the pandemic, 57 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.848. A further 5.521 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 122.995 since the start of the pandemic. 1.710 patients are hospitalized, out of those 46 are on respirators. 2.160 people have recovered from the virus.[102]

On 8 May, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 209 since the start of the pandemic, 95 new cases were confirmed for a total of 9.943. A further 5.810 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 128.805 since the start of the pandemic. 1.577 patients are hospitalized, out of those 45 are on respirators. 2.453 people have recovered from the virus.[103]

On 9 May, four more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 213 since the start of the pandemic, 89 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.032. A further 5.728 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 134.533 since the start of the pandemic. 1.437 patients are hospitalized, out of those 43 are on respirators. 2.732 people have recovered from the virus.[104]

On 10 May, two more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 215 since the start of the pandemic, 82 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.114. A further 6.059 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 140.592 since the start of the pandemic. 1.380 patients are hospitalized, out of those 39 are on respirators. 3.006 people have recovered from the virus.[105]

On 11 May, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 218 since the start of the pandemic, 62 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.176. A further 5.012 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 145.604 since the start of the pandemic. 1.123 patients are hospitalized, out of those 29 are on respirators. 3.290 people have recovered from the virus.[106]

On 12 May, two more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 220 since the start of the pandemic, 67 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.243. A further 5.700 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 151.304 since the start of the pandemic. 1.085 patients are hospitalized, out of those 23 are on respirators. 3.600 people have recovered from the virus.[107]

On 13 May, two more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 222 since the start of the pandemic, 52 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.295. A further 5.299 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 156.603 since the start of the pandemic. 992 patients are hospitalized, out of those 22 are on respirators. 3.824 people have recovered from the virus.[108]

On 14 May, two more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 224 since the start of the pandemic, 79 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.374. A further 6.194 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 162.797 since the start of the pandemic. 949 patients are hospitalized, out of those 20 are on respirators. 4.084 people have recovered from the virus.[109]

On 15 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 225 since the start of the pandemic, 64 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.438. A further 5.873 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 168.670 since the start of the pandemic. 837 patients are hospitalized, out of those 20 are on respirators. 4.301 people have recovered from the virus.[110]

On 16 May, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 228 since the start of the pandemic, 58 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.496. A further 6.076 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 174.746 since the start of the pandemic. 766 patients are hospitalized, out of those 17 are on respirators. 4.479 people have recovered from the virus.[111]

On 17 May, two more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 230 since the start of the pandemic, 114 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.610. A further 6.526 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 181.272 since the start of the pandemic. 764 patients are hospitalized, out of those 18 are on respirators. 4.713 people have recovered from the virus.[112]

On 18 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 231 since the start of the pandemic, 89 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.699. A further 4.113 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 185.385 since the start of the pandemic. 805 patients are hospitalized, out of those 16 are on respirators. 4.799 people have recovered from the virus.[113]

On 19 May, three more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 234 since the start of the pandemic, 34 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.733. A further 5.298 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 190.683 since the start of the pandemic. 808 patients are hospitalized, out of those 15 are on respirators. 4.904 people have recovered from the virus.[114]

On 20 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 235 since the start of the pandemic, 100 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.833. A further 6.198 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 196.881 since the start of the pandemic. 766 patients are hospitalized, out of those 13 are on respirators. 5.067 people have recovered from the virus.[115]

On 21 May, two more deaths were confirmed, for a total of 237 since the start of the pandemic, 86 new cases were confirmed for a total of 10.919. A further 6.918 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 203.799 since the start of the pandemic. 743 patients are hospitalized, out of those 12 are on respirators. 5.370 people have recovered from the virus.[116]

On 22 May, no more deaths were confirmed, 105 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.024. A further 5.998 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 209.797 since the start of the pandemic. 744 patients are hospitalized, out of those 12 are on respirators. 5.541 people have recovered from the virus.[117][118]

On 23 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 238 since the start of the pandemic, 68 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.092. A further 4.415 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 214.212 since the start of the pandemic. 665 patients are hospitalized, out of those 12 are on respirators. 5.699 people have recovered from the virus.[119]

On 24 May, no more deaths were confirmed, 67 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.159. A further 3.644 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 217.856 since the start of the pandemic. 658 patients are hospitalized, out of those 12 are on respirators. 5.857 people have recovered from the virus.[120]

On 25 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 239 since the start of the pandemic, 34 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.193. A further 2.488 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 220.344 since the start of the pandemic. 657 patients are hospitalized, out of those 12 are on respirators. 5.920 people have recovered from the virus.[121]

On 26 May, no more deaths were confirmed, 34 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.227. A further 3.427 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 223.771 since the start of the pandemic. 621 patients are hospitalized, out of those 11 are on respirators. 6.067 people have recovered from the virus.[122]

On 27 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 240 since the start of the pandemic, 48 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.275. A further 5.174 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 228.945 since the start of the pandemic. 622 patients are hospitalized, out of those 10 are on respirators. 6.277 people have recovered from the virus.[123]

On 28 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 241 since the start of the pandemic, 25 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.300. A further 4.534 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 233.479 since the start of the pandemic. 558 patients are hospitalized, out of those 9 are on respirators. 6.438 people have recovered from the virus.[124]

On 29 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 242 since the start of the pandemic, 54 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.354. A further 5.215 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 238.694 since the start of the pandemic. 538 patients are hospitalized, out of those 8 are on respirators. 6.524 people have recovered from the virus.[125]

On 30 May, no more deaths were confirmed, 27 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.381. A further 3.548 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 242.242 since the start of the pandemic. 555 patients are hospitalized, out of those 10 are on respirators. 6.606 people have recovered from the virus.[126]

On 31 May, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 243 since the start of the pandemic, 31 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.412. A further 3.203 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 245.445 since the start of the pandemic. 516 patients are hospitalized, out of those 10 are on respirators. 6.698 people have recovered from the virus.[127]

June 2020[edit source | edit]

On 1 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 244 since the start of the pandemic, 18 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11,430. A further 2,315 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 247,760 since the start of the pandemic. 468 patients are hospitalized, out of those 9 are on respirators. 6.726 people have recovered from the virus.[128]

On 2 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 245 since the start of the pandemic, 24 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11,454. A further 4,372 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 252,132 since the start of the pandemic. 475 patients are hospitalized, out of those 10 are on respirators. 6,766 people have recovered from the virus.[129]

On 3 June, no more deaths were confirmed, 69 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.523. A further 5,110 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 257,242 since the start of the pandemic. 466 patients are hospitalized, out of those 12 are on respirators. 6,852 people have recovered from the virus.[130]

On 4 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 246 since the start of the pandemic, 48 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11,571. A further 4,024 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 261,266 since the start of the pandemic. 470 patients are hospitalized, out of those 15 are on respirators. 6,910 people have recovered from the virus.[131]

On 5 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 247 since the start of the pandemic, 96 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11,667. A further 4,795 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 266,061 since the start of the pandemic. 390 patients are hospitalized, out of those 12 are on respirators. 6,931 people have recovered from the virus.[132]

On 6 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 248 since the start of the pandemic, 74 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11,741. A further 3,124 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 269,185 since the start of the pandemic. There are 437 active cases (since this date, official source doesn't give number of hospitalized cases, only active ones), out of those 14 are on respirators. 11,056 people have recovered from the virus.[133] Sudden jump in number of recoveries was explained by changed methodology of determining healthy patients, requiring only one negative Covid-19 PCR test, as opposed to two negative test at least 24 hours apart required before.[134]

On 7 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 249 since the start of the pandemic, 82 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11,823. A further 3,317 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 272,502 since the start of the pandemic. There are 475 active cases, out of those 15 are on respirators. 11,348 people have recovered from the virus. Number of active cases was given as 475, which is difference between total number of cases and number of recoveries, not taking in account number of deceased. With that taken in account, number of active cases should be 226.[135]

On 8 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 250 since the start of the pandemic, 73 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11,896. A further 4,308 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 276,810 since the start of the pandemic. There are 457 active cases, out of those 15 are on respirators.[136][137]

On 9 June, no more deaths were confirmed, 69 new cases were confirmed for a total of 11.965. A further 5,239 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 282,049 since the start of the pandemic. There are 447 active cases, out of those 15 are on respirators.[138][139]

On 10 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 251 since the start of the pandemic, 66 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,031. A further 5,015 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 287,064 since the start of the pandemic. There are 432 active cases, out of those 14 are on respirators.[140][141]

On 11 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 252 since the start of the pandemic, 71 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,102. A further 4,932 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 291,996 since the start of the pandemic. There are 488 active cases, out of those 14 are on respirators.[142][143]

On 12 June, no more deaths were confirmed, 73 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12.175. A further 5,793 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 297,798 since the start of the pandemic. There are 512 active cases, out of those 14 are on respirators.[144][145]

On 13 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 253 since the start of the pandemic, 76 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,251. A further 3,328 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 301,126 since the start of the pandemic. There are 533 active cases, out of those 15 are on respirators.[146][147]

On 14 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 254 since the start of the pandemic, 59 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,310. A further 1,802 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 302,928 since the start of the pandemic. There are 545 active cases, out of those 15 are on respirators.[148][149]

On 15 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 255 since the start of the pandemic, 57 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,367. A further 5,085 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 308,013 since the start of the pandemic. There are 551 active cases, out of those 15 are on respirators.[150][151]

On 16 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 256 since the start of the pandemic, 59 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,426. A further 5,470 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 313,483 since the start of the pandemic. There are 546 active cases, out of those 15 are on respirators.[152][153]

On 17 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 257 since the start of the pandemic, 96 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,522. A further 6,098 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 319,581 since the start of the pandemic. There are 568 active cases, out of those 17 are on respirators.[154][155]

On 18 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 258 since the start of the pandemic, 94 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,616. A further 6,032 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 325,613 since the start of the pandemic. There are 589 active cases, out of those 17 are on respirators.[156][157]

On 19 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 259 since the start of the pandemic, 93 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,709. A further 6,729 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 332,342 since the start of the pandemic. There are 628 active cases, out of those 18 are on respirators.[158][159]

On 20 June, one more death was confirmed, for a total of 260 since the start of the pandemic, 94 new cases were confirmed for a total of 12,803. A further 4,211 tests were conducted on this day, totaling 336,553 since the start of the pandemic. There are 654 active cases, out of those 18 are on respirators.[160][161]

Statistics[edit source | edit]

Cases[edit source | edit]

Total confirmed cases[edit source | edit]

New cases per day[edit source | edit]

Growth factor[edit source | edit]

Growth factor is defined as today's new cases/new cases on the previous day.[162] It is indicative of the evolution of the pandemic. A continuously decreasing factor indicates that the pandemic is under control.

Cases by age group[edit source | edit]

Hospitalized[edit source | edit]

Since June 6th, official source[163] stopped giving number of hospitalized patients, only number of active ones.

Number of people on ventilators[edit source | edit]

Recoveries[edit source | edit]

Sudden jump in number of recoveries since June 6th was explained by changed methodology of determining healthy patients, requiring only one negative Covid-19 PCR test, as opposed to two negative test at least 24 hours apart required before.[164]

Testing[edit source | edit]

Number of daily tests and positive cases[edit source | edit]

Deaths[edit source | edit]

Total number of deaths[edit source | edit]

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List of notable deaths[edit source | edit]

Number of infected by districts and towns[edit source | edit]

Covid-19 infected inhabitans per 100,000 people in Districts of Serbia without Kosovo* (2 June 2020)

Number of self-isolated people by Towns[edit source | edit]

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Data acquired from the official website.[173]

Government response[edit source | edit]

Initial response and criticism[edit source | edit]

Social measures[edit source | edit]

March[edit source | edit]

On March 15, a state of emergency was declared. Many argue the declaration was against the constitution, since there was no debate among the MPs in the Serbian Parliament. Some experts argue an emergency situation could have been declared instead, some saying that state of an emergency was an overreaction. All schools, Kindergarten and universities are closed.[174][175]

On March 17, the distant lectures were introduced. All the lectures for elementary school were aired on RTS channel (RTS 3 channel) and the web platform RTS Planeta.[176]

On March 18, a curfew from (20:00) to (05:00) was established across the whole country. In addition, people of the age of 65 and above were forbidden to leave the house, with fines up to rsd150.000 (approx. $1500usd).[177] In the first hours of curfew, several persons were arrested. One woman was forced to go home, after insulting police officers and refusing to comply with the measures of curfew.[178]

On March 20, cafes, bars, shopping mallsand public transportation were all shut down. Food delivery, however, remained allowed.[179]

On March 21, the curfew was prolonged from previous 9 hours to 12 hours. People were ordered to stay at home from (17:00) to (05:00) the next day.[180]

On March 28, a weekend-long curfew was enacted. Starting from (15:00) to (05:00) the next day, for both Saturday and Sunday. Pet owners can no longer take a walk for 20 minutes, between (20:00) and (21:00).[181]

April[edit source | edit]

On April 2, the new weekend curfew was established. Starting from (13:00) to (05:00) on Monday. No more than groups of 2 people in public was allowed.[182]

On April 8, the new weekend curfew was established. Starting from Friday on (17:00) up until Monday (05:00) in the morning. The pensioners are allowed to go buying groceries on Fridays from (04:00) to (07:00) in the morning.[183]

On April 17, the new weekend curfew before the Easter holiday (Julian calendar), was established. Starting from Friday at 17:00 to Tuesday at 05:00 in the morning.[184]

On April 18, it is announced that from Tuesday, 21. April, some restrictions will be lifted. Curfew is set to start from 18:00 instead from 17:00 lasting up until 05:00 in the morning the next day. Pensioners can now choose the when they want to take a 30 minutes walk from 18:00 to 01:00.[185]

On April 24, the curfew will start from Friday, 24. April on 18:00 and last until Monday 27thof April 5:00 in the morning. Public transportation between towns are about to be reestablished. Pensioners after 18:00, can now take a walk for a half an hour, no farther than 600 meters from their home address. Starting from next week, they can take walks for an hour instead of previous half. Starting from Monday, all the close spaced markets, beauty and cosmetic salons, fitness centers and gyms can now work.[186]

On April 26, due to 1st May holidays, new curfew has been established, starting from Thursday at 18:00 up until Monday to 05:00 (83 hours).[187]

On April 29, Aleksandar Vucic have announced that the current curfew might be changed, from previous decision to last until Monday at 05:00 to Saturday at 05:00 (from previous 83 hours to 35 hours). Current state of emergency could be suspended as well. Supposed curfew revision should yet to be discussed, said Dr. Predrag Kon.[188][189]

On April 30, the previous curfew has been reduced, the curfew now lasts from Thursday at 18:00 until Saturday 05:00 (35 hours). People older than 65 can now take a walk two times on Friday during the curfew for an hour each time, whenever they like, while maintaining 600 meters the furthest distance from their residence.[190]

May[edit source | edit]

On May 6, the parliament have dismissed previous decision of state of emergency. Which means from now on, no curfew will be enforced. Though, measures of social distancing and wearing masks and gloves while using public transport will remain. From June 15, weddings can be held.[191]

Economic measures[edit source | edit]

March[edit source | edit]

On March 17, citizens can postpone paying their mortgages for 90 days during the time of national state of emergency.

On March 26, employers can postpone paying taxes on suficit until June 30.[192]

On March 31, Vučić announced that all the small and medium-sized companies will receive help for the following 3 months to "survive" under the condition that they don't fire 10 percent of employees. All hairdressers shoemakers and bakers will receive a minimal wage (255.27 as of January 2020) from the state. Every citizen older than 18, will receive 100 euros to support the spending and to support local businesses.[193]

April[edit source | edit]

On April 8, the Serbian government passed a decree on additional borrowing.[194]

On April 23, a previous decision to give every citizen 100 euros has been revised, stating than only pensioners and welfare users will get the money, others interested in government's help, will need to inform the government if they want to receive the support from government. This decision has been made, apparently because "some tycoons from the political area and outside were humiliated" with the previous decision to help every citizen older than 18, as they felt insulted with the amount.[195]

Aid[edit source | edit]

International aid[edit source | edit]

The countries and international organizations that have sent aid and funds to Government of Serbia, to help fight the pandemic:

Personal donations[edit source | edit]

International aid that Serbia sent[edit source | edit]

See also[edit source | edit]

External links[edit source | edit]

Notes and references[edit source | edit]

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