Greece has restricted everything except basic travel from Serbia as disease numbers consistently ascend in the Balkan nation.
For seven days from Monday morning, all section focuses are shut to Serbian explorers, Greek authorities said.
It comes days after Serbian specialists re-forced lockdown limitations in the capital Belgrade.
Over the most recent 24 hours there have been another 302 contaminations revealed in Serbia, with in excess of 16,000 all out cases and a loss of life of 311.
In May, there were around 50 new cases revealed day by day.
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How is lockdown being lifted across Europe?
Presently, Serbia is on a rundown of 15 nations whose residents are permitted to enter the EU, after the coalition somewhat revived its outside outskirts on 1 July. Singular part states are not, notwithstanding, limited by the rundown and settle on their own choices on outskirt controls.
Serbia is likewise on a rundown of nations whose residents don’t have to isolate on showing up in England.
However, there has been a critical ascent in cases all through the Balkans as of late.
Montenegro recorded a record every day ascend in diseases on Sunday, while Kosovo has brought back a daily check in time in the capital Pristina as cases rise.
Austria gave a movement cautioning for six Balkan countries on Tuesday, including Serbia and Montenegro. What’s more, Croatia has restored 14-day isolates for voyagers from Bosnia, Kosovo, North Macedonia and Serbia after it saw a spike in contaminations late in June.
What’s going on in Serbia?
Specialists have pronounced a highly sensitive situation in a few significant urban areas and towns in Serbia, including Belgrade, Kragujevac and Novi Pazar.
Social events are confined, opening times for bistros and eateries have been abbreviated, games are prohibited and covers are necessary on open vehicle and in indoor open spaces.
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Officers have set up field emergency clinics across Serbia, remembering for Novi Pazar
Novi Pazar is especially severely influenced, with neighborhood media announcing an absence of clinical gear there – claims which the specialists have denied. Head administrator Ana Brnabic was booed on a visit to the city a week ago.