The government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH), one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), decided to end the state of emergency when it expires Sunday, a press release said on Friday.
The state of emergency meant that all public services were obliged to follow the orders of the Federal Civil Protection Administration (FUCZ) and make all their resources available to be used according to predetermined protection and rescue plans.
The FUCZ will continue to oversee and assess the epidemiological situation in FBiH and impose measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the government of FBiH said.
In Republika Srpska (RS), BiH‘s other entity, the state of emergency was declared March 28 and was ended May 21.
To date, BiH has reported 2,489 COVID-19 cases and 153 deaths.