Last week, the law on protection of the population from infectious diseases (Including covid-19 coronavirus infection) entered into force in Montenegro
, which was approved by the Government in may.
According to this law, individuals who are in public places or in transport (bus, taxi, etc.) and do not observe social distance and do not use protective medical masks will be fined from 100 to 2000 euros. During a taxi ride, passengers, as well as the taxi driver, are required to wear a protective mask, while there can be no more than two passengers in the car and always in the back seat.
The law also provides for fines of 2,000 to 20,000 euros for legal entities that do not ensure compliance with appropriate measures to combat Covid-19 coronavirus at their facilities. We are talking about the mandatory wearing of protective masks by company employees and visitors, as well as their observance of a social distance of at least 2 meters. At the same time, penalties for individuals responsible for compliance with the measures taken in these companies range from 200 to 2,000 euros, and for private entrepreneurs there are penalties from 350 to 6,000 euros.
In addition, if legal entities and entrepreneurs violate this law, they are prohibited from doing business for up to six months.
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