New anti-COVID measures to enter into force tomorrow

The government of Kosovo is expected to approve new anti-COVID measures today.

The proposals of the Ministry of Health are expected to enter into force tomorrow. These measures include restricting movement from 22:00 to 05:00, while gastronomy activity will be allowed to take place until 21:00.
This was announced by the spokesman of the Ministry of Health, Faik Hoti, who said that these measures against COVID-19 aim to slow down the spread of the Omicron variant and to prevent overcrowding of clinics with patients.
Hoti stated that citizens entering Kosovo should have all three doses of anti-COVID vaccine, or at least two doses and a negative PCR test.
He said that they will be committed to have stricter implementation and supervision of these measures, especially in shopping malls.
"Regarding the education sector, there is a guide for temporary measures regarding COVID-19 which is implemented in the field of education and the decision whether a school will continue with the physical presence of students or with any of the scenarios that are in place belongs to school task forces in cooperation with the Municipal Directorates of Education and MEST," Hoti said.