Emergency team: Citizens allowed outside only 90 min per day, shops open 7h-23h

New measures to combat the spread of coronavirus came into force this morning, North Mitrovica Mayor, Goran Rakic ​​said at a press conference today. The new measures were previously announced by the Kosovo Minister of Health, Arben Vitia.

Starting from this morning, citizens are allowed to move outside their homes for up to 90 minutes per day, according to a schedule based on the second to last number found on the back of Kosovo ID cards.

The schedule will be changed every week or every two to three days, to be determined subsequently. Citizens will be informed in a timely manner, Rakic ​​said.

For citizens with Serbian ID cards, the schedule will be determined based on the last registration number of their ID cards.

The shops will be open from 7 am to 11 pm.

„These measures are not directed against anyone, these measures mean life to us,“ Rakic ​​said.

Before listing the imposed measures, he repeatedly thanked the state of Serbia and its president, Aleksandar Vucic, expressing gratitude for all measures of support and assistance.

He also thanked his fellow citizens for respecting the measures, noting that over 99% of the citizens respected the measures.

Previously, citizens posed a series of questions, requesting clarification on the latest measures imposed by the Kosovo Ministry of Health.

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