Balkan Countries Thought They Had Beaten Back Coronavirus. Now Infections Are Rampant.

Truman Slate

Coronavirus bacterial infections are surging in southeastern Europe and some other areas that had to begin with managed to curb the pandemic, with some governments facing protests as they restore confinement measures.

On Tuesday, hundreds of protesters tried to storm the Serbian parliament after the government said the state would go into lockdown once again this weekend. Considering the fact that then, protests have multiplied throughout Serbia, prompting authorities to concentration on nearby measures alternatively.

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