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From tomorrow you must have proof of vaccination or negative test, to enter the premises

From tomorrow (September 27), new mitigation measures against COVID-19 will take effect.

The decision came after the NIPHK found that the epidemiological situation with COVID-19 currently marks a decrease in new positive cases and the number of deaths.

The Ministry of Health has announced that verification is also allowed through the electronic form, through the QR code, while the Food and Veterinary Agency has warned that there will be no tolerance for businesses that violate antiCOVID-19 measures.

Gastronomy to date has been allowed to work only outdoors.

Meanwhile, according to the latest decision of the Government, from tomorrow:

– State institutions and private institutions are obliged to present the vaccination certificate before entering where they operate, including: Shopping centers; Call center; Gastronomy in the interior; And all employees in public and private institutions who work in pairs.

– Schools and kindergartens will be open from Monday, September 27 (maximum students will be 20)

– Sports activities can have the presence of spectators up to 10 percent of capacity indoors, having the vaccination certificate or one of the 3 alternative evidence; ie PCR, serological test or rapid antigen test.

Whereas, outdoors up to 30 percent of capacity.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, the Ministry of Health announced that five people have died from the coronavirus, while 77 new cases of this virus have been registered.

The new cases emerge after testing 4,322 samples.

In the previous 24 hours, 696 patients were also cured, while 4,176 active cases.

Meanwhile, in terms of vaccination, 16,481 doses of vaccine were administered in the previous 24 hours.

Since the end of March, when Kosovo launched the immunization campaign against coronavirus, until now, 503,498 people have been vaccinated with two doses of the vaccine.

AstraZeneca and Pfizer / BioNTech vaccines are used in Kosovo. / Telegraph.

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