prime minister Avdullah Hoti said authorities will reimplement stricter coronavirus
measures as the country saw surge of new infections and deaths over the last
Minister Hoti convened Sunday Kosovo National Council to discuss the new
measures. After the meeting he told media that members of the Council agreed to
implement new measures aimed at preventing spread of coronavirus. He said that
declaring state of emergency is one of the options if the number of COVID-19
cases continues to raise.
told journalists the new measures will be stricter and there will be no
tolerance for those who do not respect the new restrictions. “The measures on
preventing spread of COVID-19 are simple: masks, social distance, hygiene,” he
said. According to Hoti the new measures will enter into force after a
Government meeting which will be held later today.
measures are introduced after surge of new COVID-19 cases. Over the last three
days 615 new cases were tested positive with the virus, bringing country’s
total to 4.715. The number of COVID-19 deaths has topped 100 since the first
case was confirmed in March.
University Clinical Centre of Kosovo announced on Sunday that they are treating
301 patients with coronavirus. Out of them 190 are in the main university clinical
center whereas 11 others in the regional hospitals. /GazetaExpress/