Currently, the resort town of Tivat is controlled by drones, utilities and police. In the early morning, firefighters, police, as well as employees of various communal services began work to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, namely, they began additional washing and extensive disinfection of city streets and houses with chlorine-based products.
In addition, one special fire truck will spray a steam disinfectant around the city.
Over the course of three days, the Tivat Municipal Police and the Tivat Inspectorate conducted extensive monitoring of citizens' compliance with the restrictive measures taken throughout the Tivat municipality.
At the moment, fencing tapes prohibit entry to the village of Gorneva Lastva, on the Pine city promenade, on the promenade and pedestrian areas in Porto Montenegro, on the Plavi Horizonti beach, on children's playgrounds and sports grounds located throughout the city, and a communal police officer oversees a playground in Gosici on the Lustica peninsula.
An employee of the Protection and Rescue Service, Stefan Jovanovic, monitors the situation in the city of Tivat and monitors the situation with the help of a drone, in order to provide more clear examples of violations of the prohibitions on holding public events.
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