Belgrade deputy Mayor Goran Vesic said on Tuesday that it’s time to get the Serbian capital back to normal.
Belgrade’s cafes and restaurants have been operating under more or less strict measures which ranged from bans on large numbers of guests indoors to no service indoors while other industries, such as entertainment and hotels have seen their incomes drop heavily forcing the government to step in with financial aid. Vesic has been advocating for a return to normal operations for all businesses in the city.
He told the pro-authorities TV Happy that the city authorities would abide by every measure introduced by the authorities to combat the pandemic. Vesic recalled that vaccination was not an option last summer. “This summer the situation will be different,” he said.