Curfew abolished, movement allowed for children and people older than 65

As of Friday, April 24, the curfew was abolished in the Federation of BiH, which banned the movement of citizens from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am. Also, movement of citizens under the age of 18 and over the age of 65 will be allowed three times a week from April 27.


Movement of these categories has been completely prohibited in the FBiH since March 20, with the aim of preventing the spread of COVID-19 virus infection.

These measures will be eased from Monday, so this way older people will be able to move on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Citizens under the age of 18 are allowed to move on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 2:00 pm until the curfew at 8:00 pm.

Wearing masks and gloves as well as physical distance is still mandatory.

With the exception of 24-hr-day pharmacies, the opening hours of other shops (food and hygiene stores, fish markets, butchers, pharmacies, specialized stores for medical, veterinary products, equipment and food for animals, agricultural pharmacies, gas stations, kiosks, bakeries, dry cleaners, orthopedic and other supplies stores, children's equipment stores, construction, plumbing and electrical materials stores, logistics and distribution centers for food, beverages and hygiene products, wholesalers, book stores, car repair shops, car parts shops and car wash service shops) have been extended to working hours they've had before the pandemic crisis.