At a press conference of the COVID-19 Crisis Response Team, Kisić Tepavčević pointed out that this did not happen by accident, but that we achieved it together by implementing preventive measures.
We managed to keep the epidemiological situation stable and I hope that it will stay like this when we enter the period of respiratory infections in one month, she stated.
According to her, out of 75 new infections, 36 of them are registered in Belgrade, while the number of examinations in COVID clinics has not diminished, and the number of hospitalisations is lower compared to the previous week.
She assessed that these are encouraging data, but also warned that, taking into account the epidemiological situation in the countries around us, this situation in Serbia could change.
Speaking about the epidemiological situation in schools, which opened almost one month ago, the Deputy Director of the Serbian Public Health Institute specified that there are 39 students infected in primary schools, and 16 in secondary schools.
Except one case, these were sporadic infections outside the school environment. The schools reacted immediately, those children did not go to school and there was no spread of the virus among other students and the school staff, she pointed out.
Kisić Tepavčević stated that over the past seven days, i.e. since last Friday at 6 pm, a total of 32,000 citizens registered in the electronic supervision system, of whom 45 were sent to a COVID clinic after the self-assessment test.
After entering the country, all citizens are obliged to report to the E-zdravlje portal within 24 hours, where they can do a coronavirus self-assessment test.
They are obliged to take the self-assessment test again 10 days after returning to the country, i.e. to log out of the system, she explained.
Provincial Health Secretary Zoran Gojković said that the epidemiological situation in Vojvodina and Serbia is stable, but uncertain.