Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- The International Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade, Serbia, has been closed to all flights from 12:00 on 19 March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Serbia's National Television and Tanyug agency announced that airports and Serbian airspace were closed to all flights, while the country declared a state of emergency and curfew due to new types of coronavirus.
Serbia's Health Ministry said the number of cases in the country was 97.
Serbia has closed its borders to foreigners who do not have a residence permit because of the outbreak, and citizens returning to the country have announced that they will be fined those who do not isolate themselves.
The army was involved in the protection of borders and health care organizations.
As of Monday, kindergartens, schools, culture and sports institutions have been closed.
The government has also imposed restrictions on prices of food products, protective equipment and hygiene products.