June 26, 2020 - The Institute of Public Health reported to the public three times yesterday about new cases of COVID-19 infection. Thirty-one new coronavirus cases were registered, and the Institute's laboratories analyzed a total of 435 samples.
There are currently 90 active COVID-19 cases in Montenegro.
The number of COVID-19 cases by municipalities:
Bijelo Polje: 10,
Budva: 5, Bar: 4,
Five COVID-19 patients at the Clinical Center
The Clinical Center of Montenegro (KCCG) is currently treating five COVID-19 patients.
As announced from KCCG, four patients are being treated in the Clinic for Infectious Diseases, and one in the intensive care unit of KCCG.
"The health condition of the patients being treated at the Clinic for Infectious Diseases is satisfactory. All of them are currently stable vital parameters, while the condition of the patient in the intensive care unit is serious and is on mechanical ventilation," the statement said.
NKT banned religious and political rallies
At tonight's session of the National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases, new measures were adopted due to the increase in the number of active cases of coronavirus infected imported from abroad and then spread within Montenegro.
The National Coordinating Body has decided to ban:
Political gatherings in open public places, the presence of spectators at sporting events, religious meetings in free public places except in areas belonging to religious buildings, are buried only in the immediate circle of the family.
NKT measures for Rožaje
Due to the epidemiological situation in Rožaje, the National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases decided to prohibit all residents of the municipality of Rožaje from leaving the residential building from 6 pm to 5 pm. The operation of catering facilities in Rožaje allowed up to 5 pm. The measure takes effect on Friday, June 26th.
NKT on the occasion of the event in Budva
The National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases commented today on the Twitter profile of the Government of Montenegro on the events in Budva. The announcement states that "NKT strongly condemns the attacks on the police and the public personal prosecution of police officers." They noted that the police professionally and efficiently protect and serve all citizens and the state, as it showed in the coronavirus epidemic.
"That is why the attack on the police is an attack on the state and all citizens! Full support for the police!" - the twitter profile of the Government of Montenegro.
Source: Government of Montenegro, Institute of Public Health, Vijesti Online