The Montenegrin Ministry of Health announced on Friday that measures against the pandemic have been toughened due to their non-compliance, especially in coastal cities, where there is a large number of tourists from the region and Europe.
These measures, according to health officials, provide that from today until August 2 to ban the work of nightclubs and discos, both outdoors and indoors.
Staying indoors in the hotel will be allowed only for citizens who have a negative coronavirus test (PCR), proof that they have been vaccinated with at least the first dose or proof that they have recovered from the coronavirus, say officials of the Institute of Public Health in Montenegro.
In this context, parties and music festivals are prohibited, as well as any mass gathering indoors.
Meanwhile, foreign tourists are allowed to enter Montenegro without a PCR test and without a vaccination certificate.
The decision was made after the increase in the number of coronavirus cases.
In the last 24 hours alone, 64 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported, increasing the number of active cases to 544 infected with coronavirus in Montenegro./VOA