Serbia lifts state of emergency over COVID-19

BELGRADE, SERBIA - MAY 06: The leader of the right-wing political party Dveri, Bosko Obradovic, does whistle blowing protest against the session as all Serbian lawmakers wearing gloves and face masks and sitting behind perspect screens to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, take part in the parliament session to lift the state of emergency and curfew imposed since mid-March in a bid to fight the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Belgrade on May 06, 2020. Serbia declared an open-ended state of emergency on March 15 and imposed a night curfew as well as banning people over 65 from leaving their homes. (Photo by Milos Miskov/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
BELGRADE, SERBIA - MAY 06: The leader of the right-wing political party Dveri, Bosko Obradovic, does whistle blowing protest against the session as all Serbian lawmakers wearing gloves and face masks and sitting behind perspect screens to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, take part in the parliament session to lift the state of emergency and curfew imposed since mid-March in a bid to fight the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Belgrade on May 06, 2020. Serbia declared an open-ended state of emergency on March 15 and imposed a night curfew as well as banning people over 65 from leaving their homes. (Photo by Milos Miskov/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Serbia lifts state of emergency over COVID-19
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