Serbia banned playing and walking in the parks Saturday in efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

“There are no more parks, public areas for children, for anyone,” said President Aleksandar Vucic in an address to the nation where he detailed the prohibition on staying in parks and public areas intended for recreation and sports.

Indoor gathering has been restricted no more than five people.
Vucic said the current curfew is now replaced by a new one from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. (1600 to 0400 GMT).
“Don’t make me introduce curfew 24 hours a day. Look at Italy

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