Britain and BBC to apply Croatian distance learning model

ZAGREB, April 9 (Croatia Sun News) – A month after Croatian primary and high school students started taking classes provided over the public broadcasting service after classroom learning was disrupted by COVID-19 outbreak, the Croatian model will be implemented in Great Britain.

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Zagreb farmers markets, a community staple, have reopened for shopping

ZAGREB, April 8 (Croatia Sun News) – Dolac market, located in the heart of Zagreb, has reopened for business today, with a new set of regulatory measures in place to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. A group of ten booths have been set up from which family owned and operated farms can sell their products. Benches have also been set up five meters apart. Customers come in limited numbers with mandatory hand disinfection, with a maximum of one hundred allowed in the area.

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Two hotel groups, construction company give donations for Zagreb and Pula hospitals

ZAGREB, April 8 (Croatia Sun News) – The Arena Hospitality hotel group and the Kamgrad construction company have donated medical equipment to the Pula General Hospital, and the Falkensteiner hotel group has donated 200 vouchers to two Zagreb hospitals for their staff to go on holiday when it is possible, the hotel groups reported.

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Serbian president announces round-the-clock curfew for weekend

ZAGREB, April 8 (Croatia Sun News) – Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that the state of emergency that has been declared in the country over the coronavirus pandemic could end in a month’s time, but he also announced a round-the-clock curfew to be imposed in Belgrade and Nis this weekend.

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