At the press conference of the COVID-19 crisis response team, Tiodorovic pointed out that data on the decrease in the number of patients at the first diagnoses, as well as a significant increase in the number of discharged from clinical centres and hospitals, up to 30 percent, were recorded.
He pointed out that Serbia adhered to the criteria of the European Centre for the Control of Infectious Diseases and the World Health Organisation when deciding on the conditions under which foreigners will enter our country.
According to him, Bulgaria is in the red zone, whose citizens must have a PCR test to enter Serbia, and the same condition is for the citizens of Romania, which has the largest number of new positives and deaths in this part of Europe, as well as for the citizens of North Macedonia.
Tiodorovic underlined that no conditions for Montenegrin citizens will be required to enter Serbia, because there is a positive trend in that country.
Provincial Secretary of Health Zoran Gojkovic emphasised that the decision was made on the basis of a detailed analysis, stating that the fact that Serbian citizens returning from those countries will not need a PCR test does not mean that the decision will not change if the epidemiological situation worsens.