Stojkovic hopeful Serbia will avoid COVID chaos - Yahoo Eurosport UK

by uk.sports.yahoo 03/19/2021

Serbia's new coach Dragan Stojkovic hopes the start of their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign will not be affected by COVID-19 quarantines and restrictions, although he said some players may miss this month's games. The World Cup qualifiers in Europe are set to be heavily affected by clubs refusing to release players for international duty due to quarantines and other restrictions. Stojkovic, who took over earlier this month after Serbia failed to reach Euro 2020 having lost their playoff final to Scotland on penalties in November, also vowed to raise the bar for his team.


Gym owners held a fitness training session outside of Serbia's parliament to protest new lockdown measures recently introduced by the government to fight rising COVID-19 infections in the country. About a hundred people gathered for the March 19 protest with some performing aerobic dances while others did weightlifting exercises.

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Chinese COVID-19 vaccine developer Sinopharm said it will help Serbia manufacture Sinopharm's vaccine locally and provide more high-quality Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatment products and services, making Serbia the first European country to produce the Chinese vaccine.

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The current Columbia/Boone County health order is set to expire at 11:59 a.m. on Wednesday afternoon unless the order is extended or modified by the Columbia/Boone County Health Department. The current health order went into effect on noon on March 4th. The order states bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues are able resume