April 5, 2020 - In Montenegro, a total of 181 patients were tested for coronavirus in the last 24 hours, of which COVID-19 was confirmed in 13 people. The number of registered cases in Montenegro is currently 214, and two persons passed away. At the moment, 37 persons are hospitalised, and the first recovered patient was dismissed from the Clinical Centre of Montenegro yesteday.
Newly ill patients are from Bar (1), Niksic (3) and Podgorica (9), epidemiologists from the Institute of Public Health said.
To discover more on the COVID-19 situation in Montenegro, find our previous report.
COVID-19: A Daily Citizen's Guide
Number of registered cases in Montenegro: 214
Number of deaths: 2
Symptoms of COVID-19 disease:
Temperature and fatigue, dry cough, shortness of breath, muscle pain
What if I suspect I have the COVID-19:
Contact the Call Center at 1616
The number is open from 8 am to 11 pm
What if I am abroad and want to go back to Montenegro?
To request a return, available numbers every day from 8 am to 8 pm:
+382 20 234 111 and +382 20 234 222
What is forbidden?
PRIVATE AND PUBLIC GATHERING
PASSENGER INTERCURRENT TRANSPORT AND PASSENGER INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC
More than two people stay in open public places
VISITS TO HOSPITALS, SOCIAL AND CHILD CARE INSTITUTIONS AND PRISONS
TRAVELING MORE THAN TWO ADULTS IN THE VEHICLE except for members of the same household
WALKING Pets except for 60 minutes a day
EXIT FROM 19h to 5h, weekends 13h to 5h
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES ON PUBLIC AREAS
HOUSEHOLD GATHERING except for members of the same household
Open border crossings
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Nudo, Ilino Brdo
What is working:
BANKS AND POSTS
CATERING FOOD DELIVERY FACILITIES (8 am to 6 pm, except for delivery to customer address)
KIOSKS (7 to 15)
What's NOT working?
> All international air, rail and bus traffic
> Educational institutions
> Public and taxi transport
> Children's playrooms
> Cafes, Restaurants, Nightclubs
> Shopping malls
> Sports and recreational facilities
> Hair and Beauty Salons
> Casinos, bookmakers and casinos
Who has to go into self-isolation?
> All who come from countries that are moderately or lowly affected by the virus and have not come through organized transport
Who has to quarantine?
> Anyone suspected of having been in contact with the diseased or those suspected of having the disease
> All coming from countries that hit the hardest by COVID-19 pandemic
A criminal complaint is filed for non-compliance with this measure.
Keep a social distance of two meters
Consult your doctor about any health dilemma you may have
Wash your hands regularly and take care of respiratory hygiene
Don't make food storages at home
Avoid getting out of the house and using public areas
Have funerals in the immediate family circle
Red Cross help lines:
Volunteer Assistance: 069 / 194-475
Psychological Assistance: 069 / 194-476
(9am to 6pm)