BELGRADE, Serbia

Some Western Balkan countries are planning in May to lift measures taken as part of the fight against coronavirus.  

In Serbia, where a state of emergency continues, President Aleksandar Vucic said that the curfew imposed on weekends will continue.

But at the opening of a hospital in the capital Belgrade, Vucic said that they are planning to normalize life if the epidemic has been gotten under control.

“If the epidemic is fully under control, air and ground transportation may become operational on May 1. Businesses may open on May 4,” said Vucic.

Vucic said Serbia will reach the production of 200,000

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