The Federal Civil Protection Administration (FUCZ) has today commissioned two aircraft to transport coronavirus-tested samples from Sarajevo to remote cities and towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Chief of Civil Protection Staff Fahrudin Solak stated for Fena news agency that it is planned for aircraft to head to Bihac this morning, where a certain number of tests should be submitted, after which samples of the test persons will be transported to the reference laboratory. He added that the current delivery is on the Sarajevo-Bihac route, and that engagement in this area will be continued on a continuous basis, including, if necessary, some other localities.
At the same time, Solak said that there was a ‘division’ of tests at the cantons in order to be able, together with mobile teams, to organize. “The tests will then be submitted to reference laboratories in Sarajevo, Mostar and Tuzla,” said Solak.