The Montenegrin government announced that the National Infectious Disease Coordination Authority (NKT) at the last session approved some mitigating temporary measures that are necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection in Montenegro
, as well as to protect the health and life of the inhabitants.
“Analyzing the epidemiological situation in Montenegro, a decision was made, at the suggestion of the Institute of Public Health, to mitigate existing measures, namely, the ban on leaving the house and moving along the street that has been in force in the country until 7:00 pm on weekdays, from 1:00 pm on Saturdays and from 11:00 am on Sundays until 5:00 in the morning of the next day. In the future, this restriction will apply from 11:00 pm to 05:00 a.m. on all days without exception. In other words, it will now be allowed to go out on all days from 05:00 in the morning until 11:00 in the evening. Grocery stores, which until now have been working part-time, can be opened from 07:00 am to 10:00 pm on weekdays and Saturdays,” the Montenegrin Government said in a statement.
The authorities also explained that this mitigating measure, allowing to extend the work of certain outlets, applies only to those stores that were allowed to work. “Thus, we have increased the opening hours of stores, but the list of outlets that are allowed to work has not been expanded,” the Montenegrin Government said in its profile on Twitter.
The Government said in a statement that it was agreed to carry out certain sporting and recreational activities in public places in Montenegro, such as running, jogging with the mandatory observance of social distance and all other preventive measures, especially physical distance between people.
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