Minister of Municipal Economy and Infrastructure of Sarajevo Canton and member of the Crisis Staff of Canton Sarajevo Nihada Glamoc said that in the last 24 hours police in Canton Sarajevo issued 15 orders for violation of self-isolation and 25 for violation of curfew, Avaz news portal reports.
“There were 130 people in self-isolation in the Student dormitory at Bjelave, and today 18 of them were given the solution that they could continue the isolation at home,” said Glamoc.
She added that utility companies operate at full capacity and without problems.
She also spoke briefly about the number of unemployed persons and said that a total of 2,075 citizens applied to the bureaus for unemployed persons.
CS Economy Minister Drasko Jelicic said that short-term measures were being implemented and that the whole team was working on it.
“Particular attention should be paid to completing the form. Often, citizens complain that no one is answering the telephone. That’s not true, only the lines are overloaded. The implementation of short-term measures towards tourism professionals will start very soon. Further measures that are being implemented relate to medium-term measures, and we do so in coordination with both higher and lower levels of government. It is difficult to set up measures in a demolished economy that produce rapid results. We have already completed some relief for businessmen,” said Jelicic. He added that the donor fund is being filled mostly from the funds of businessmen, those who have seen that they have the opportunity to help those who need help. “There will also be 330 million euros available from the International Monetary Fund,” Jelicic added.