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There are currently no plans for tougher measures against covid

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said today that for now there is no talk of quarantine or special restrictions due to the current epidemiological situation in the country.

“We hope that the numbers that have stabilized in recent days will start to fall, especially if we adhere to the measures and if we are careful,” said Zaev, answering questions from journalists after inspecting the construction of the Lublanska bridge.

Regarding the increase in the number of cases with KOVID, especially in Tetovo and Gostivar, Zaev said that it is mainly about citizens with chronic diseases. But what happens to us, he added, happens both in the region and in the world both in numbers and in mortality. If we are more careful and if we are more responsible, the situation will be better.

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