Daily Overview for May 13: Communication in the time of coronavirus by Represent
News - May 13, 2020
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Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the state of emergency was declared at the entire territory of the Republic of Serbia as of March 15.
Cases registered: 10,243
New cases: 67
Total tested so far: 151,304
Total number of recovered: 3,600
Business & economy & market
Official protocol on entering Serbia adopted – Serbian citizens can enter our country and move without restrictions with a negative PCR test for coronavirus not older than 72 hours. Foreign nationals can enter the Republic of Serbia under two conditions – a negative PCR test for coronavirus not older than 72 hours and a permit issued by a commission consisting of representatives of the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior.
Deadline for submitting annual financial reports extended, expires on August 04, instead of June 30 this year, while the deadline for submitting a consolidated annual financial report expires on September 03, instead of July 31, 2020.
No inflation in April.
Winners of the 13th Virtus Award for philanthropy announced.
Tourism and hotel business suffered the most from the coronavirus pandemic.
NBS: Borrowing in bonds more favourable than the IMF’s loans.
Registered cases until 7.00pm on 12/05/2020: 4,311,913
Total cured: 1,567,141
Total deaths: 290,597
The main topic was again gathering of a large number of people at the plateau in front of the national parliament. Most users think that this non-compliance with the measures threatens public health and provides a bad example for the population.
Facebook users commented on unusual statements given by Dr Nestorović and recommendations opposed to those given by the Crisis Taskforce. It is stated that his opinion is growing different from official guidelines, causing confusion among the population.