BELGRADE, Serbia Soldiers patrol the streets

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Soldiers patrol the streets with their fingers on laptop gun triggers. The navy guards an exhibition center-turned-makeshift-hospital crowded with rows of bunks for these contaminated with the coronavirus. And Serbia’s president warns residents that Belgrade graveyards won’t be massive sufficient to bury the lifeless if human beings omit his government's lockdown orders.

Since President Aleksandar Vucic introduced an open-ended country of emergency on March 15, parliament has been sidelined, borders shut, a 12-hour police-enforced curfew imposed and human beings over sixty five banned from leaving their properties — some of Europe’s strictest measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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