From this Tuesday, the curfew begins at 6 pm, and all craft shops will open as well: tire shops, car mechanic's shops, dry cleaning, shoe shops, tailor shops and stores selling, cars, bicycles, technical goods and building materials.
Other shops, of up to 300 m2, are expected to open on April 27, except for those in shopping malls, if the coronavirus situation is favorable.
As Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on TV Pink, the idea is for hairdresser's salons, beauty salons and gyms to open by May 4.
The opening of hotels, spas, shopping centers, international traffic and controlled opening of airports, cafes and restaurants is planned between May 4 and 11.
Vucic said that construction activities will be resumed in full from Tuesday and pointed out that there were plenty of projects in Serbia.
He announced that the one-off aid to citizens of Serbia, promised by the state, would be paid on May 11 or 12.
Pensioners will be able to take a 30-minute walk between 6 pm and 1 am three times a week – Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
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