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COVID-19 Country Response

COVID-19 epidemic evolution

To find out about the latest status of the COVID-19 pandemic evolution and the most up-to-date statistics on the COVID-19 disease in Serbia, please visit official governmental portal with the official data. For the reports from the Serbian Institute of Public Health, click here.
For the international outlook you can consult the latest
situation reports published by the World Health Organisation as well as the global daily statistics on the coronavirus pandemic evolution including data on confirmed cases and deaths by country.

Sanitary measures

To find out about the latest public health situation in Serbia and the current sanitary measures in vigour, please consult the list of the decisions taken by the national government (in Serbian). Updates on the containment measures can be retrieved on the official governmental website.

Travel restrictions

The COVID-19 situation, including the spread of new variants, evolves rapidly and differs from country to country. All travelers need to pay close attention to the conditions at their destination before traveling. Regularly updated information for all countries with regards to Covid-19 related travel restrictions in place including entry regulations, flight bans, test requirements and quarantine is available on TravelDoc Infopage.
It is also highly recommended to consult COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map provided and updated on the daily basis by IATA.
The US government website of Centers of Disease Control and Prevention provides COVID-19 Travel Recommendations by Destination.

The UK Foreign travel advice also provides travelling abroad advice for all countries, including the latest information on coronavirus, safety and security, entry requirements and travel warnings.

Import & export restrictions

Serbia introduced an export ban on medicaments, as well as a ban for certain basic life products (wheat flour, sugar, oil, hygiene products, etc.).
For the information on all the measures applicable to movement of goods during the period of sanitary emergency due to the COVID-19 outbreak (including eventual restrictions on imports and exports, if applicable), please consult the portal of the Serbian Customs Authority.
For a general overview of trade restrictions due to COVID-19 pandemic, please consult the section dedicated to Serbia on the
International Trade Centre's COVID-19 Temporary Trade Measures webpage.

Economic recovery plan

To know about the economic measures taken by the Serbian government to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the national economy, please visit the dedicated page on the website of the Ministry of Economy (in Serbian). The National Bank of Serbia introduced a 3-months moratorium on all repayments under bank loans and financial leasing agreements. An overview of the measures is available on the guide by Deloitte and on the website of AmCham Serbia.

For the general overview of the key economic policy responses to the COVID-19 outbreak (fiscal, monetary and macroeconomic) taken by the Serbian government to limit the socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, please consult the section dedicated to Serbia in the IMF’s Policy Tracker platform.

Support plan for businesses

For the information on the local business support scheme and taxation measures established by the Serbian government to help businesses to deal with the economic impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic on their activity, please consult the website of the Ministry of Economy (in Serbian) and the dedicated page on the portal of the Serbian Development Agency (in Serbian). The instructions on the implementation of the regulation on fiscal benefits and direct benefits to private sector companies is available here (in Serbian). For details in English refer to the website of Wolf Theiss.
For a general overview of international SME support policy responses to the COVID-19 outbreak refer to the World Bank's Map of SME-Support Measures in Response to COVID-19.

Support plan for exporters

The Export Insurance and Financing Agency (AOFI) granted a moratorium on all claims in order to overcome the negative effects on Serbia's export-oriented businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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