As the situation is rapidly changing day by day, Montenegro has added new measures in the fight wit coronavirus.
Added on the previous measures that we have posted in update before here are new measures issued by Montenegrin government:
- Negative PCR not older more 48 hours , or positive IgG test not older than 30 days or confirmation that person has been vaccinated and revaccinated more than 7 days before arrival in Montenegro is needed for arrival from all countries except Croatia, Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo starting from 13.03.2021.
Excluded from this are:
Essential transportation workers, including seafarers in transit, as per European Commision recommendations, that are embarking or disembarking in Port of Bar, Marina Budva, Port of Kotor, Portonovi Marina and Tivat (Pier I and Pier II) where police and customs borders are operating.
These persons are allowed to transit to and from their vessel in order to begin or end their work contract on a yacht or vessel.
- All coastal cities (Ulcinj, Bar, Budva, Tivat, Kotor, Herceg Novi) are closed, and it is not allowed to move from one municipality to another without special permission and reason for that traveling.
If you are going on a plane or train, a boarding pass or ticket for an international train ride is valid as proof.
If you are working onboard then letter with reason of traveling in Montenegrin language and contract of employment is required as police controls all cars on exiting/entry into municipalities.
- It is not allowed for more than two persons staying in groups in open spaces.
- In parks, beaches, and outdoor spaces for space and recreation it is not allowed to stay for a long time.
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