I have a real hatred of authoritarian states, but I can't help but notice that Serbia's doing rather well at stopping the spread when fast action's needed.
Everything has its place I suppose... which seems to also be what the Serbian government thinks about literally everyone right now.
They've also unilaterally extended 100% of Visas indefinitely, so I'm okay to stay, just as long as I stay in my house.
Planes are down, so it seems I'm trapped in Serbia.
On the plus side, I might have a legal excuse for staying.
On the other hand, they might demand I leave, and I'll have to see which neighbouring countries will take me in.
The worry there is that since Serbia thinks that Kosovo is Serbia, they might have a different opinion about which countries are neighbours to Kosovo, and if Kosovo doesn't want to allow access right now, then I'd end up in a mid-border tent, and possibly without wifi.