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Montenegro

10. 09. 2021. 00:00   >>  14:32 0

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Entry to Montenegro and shopping malls with Covid certificate

The Minister of Health, Jelena Borovinic Bojovic, announced that the health authorities decided to give priority to immunization, instead of curfew.

The novelty is that in the future, the status of partial vaccination (one dose) will not be valid, and that we will be allowed into shopping malls only if we meet one of the National Digital COVID certificate prescribed conditions. The conditions for entering our country have also been tightened.

At the press conference she said that the measures would not have changed if the existent epidemiological measures had been respected.

"It is an encouraging moment that 45 percent of adult citizens in Montenegro have been vaccinated with at least one dose, but that percentage must be significantly better," Borovinic Bojovic pointed out.

The Government of Montenegro, she said, adopted measures that come into force tomorrow and will be valid until Septemeber 24.

"The digital Covid certificate will no longer include status of partial vaccination. In that sense, the certificate will be valid only if the person meets one of the prescribed conditions - that 14 days have passed since the second dose of the vaccine given in two doses, i.e. 14 days since immunization with a single-dose vaccine," the minister said.

The second condition is a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours or a positive PCR test that is older than 14 and not older than 180 days.

"And that the person has a negative rapid test that is not older than 48 hours," Borovinic Bojovic said.

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