During her visit to the "Milan Munjas" school in Ub, Brnabic stated that media representatives, especially media workers who are constantly on the ground, have been included in the priority group following an appeal of media associations, but also at the request of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
The mass vaccination will start tomorrow and the more citizens apply, the faster we will go back to normal life.
The Prime Minister voiced her hope that during 2021 we will be able to return to the state of affairs in terms of health that had existed before the coronavirus pandemic.
We started to invite for vaccination the citizens who applied, the Prime Minister stated and added that vaccination is the only way to enable people to do their jobs better while protecting their own health and the health of their families.
She assessed that it is very important that the schools started working today and underlined that it is necessary to enable them to work as long as possible under normal conditions.
According to her, it is especially important that pupils from the first to the fourth grade of primary school attend classes under normal conditions, in order to be with their teachers and friends, to socialise, study and acquire work habits.
That is why we decided to start with classes again after the winter break. We have an extremely good system of supervision over new patients, we will monitor the number of new patients, students, and teaching and extracurricular staff in schools every day, and we will try to provide them with all the necessary support so that classes could go normally as long as possible, Brnabic said.
The Prime Minister visited the "Milan Munjas" school in Ub, which was reconstructed with the funds of the Office for Public Investment Management in the amount of RSD 354 million, together with First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Branko Ruzic.