Measures in Force to Fight COVID-19 Spread in Montenegro

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Measures in Force to Fight COVID-19 Spread in Montenegro Source: gov.me

October 11, 2020 - Counter- COVID-19 measures in force, updated October 8:

GENERAL PROTECTIVE MEASURES - PROTECTIVE MASKS AND PHYSICAL DISTANCE

  1. Wearing protective masks outdoors and indoors is mandatory throughout Montenegro, including for children older than 5 years, except on beaches and in national parks, provided that physical distancing and previously prescribed measures are respected.
  2. Companies and entrepreneurs engaged in retail trade (markets, supermarkets, hypermarkets, shopping centres, etc.), including green markets, as well as state bodies, state administration bodies, administrative bodies, local self-government bodies, public institutions and other entities exercising public authority, banks, post offices and other legal entities, which directly provide services to the public at counters, are obliged to appoint persons who will control whether members of the public or service users are respecting the obligation to wear a protective mask and maintain physical distance when entering these facilities.

MEASURES ON MOVEMENT AND PUBLIC GATHERINGS

  1. In the municipalities of Andrijevica, Berane and Nikšić, it is forbidden to leave residential buildings between 22:00 and 05:00 the next day, except for children with autism spectrum disorders and persons using wheelchairs, accompanied by one person, for a maximum of 60 minutes per day, persons who perform regular work tasks permitted by orders, persons employed in foreign diplomatic missions and consular posts, persons who provide services of public interest, which are an indispensable for the living and working conditions of the public (health, inspection bodies, police, armed forces, security services, fire service, utility services, media - including persons who are guests in media shows, agricultural activities on farms, etc.), as evidenced by a certificate issued by the employer, as well as persons caring for persons who, due to illness or injury, are unable to independently carry out daily activities, as evidenced by a certificate issued by the chosen doctor of these persons, as well as persons taking pets for a walk, for a maximum of 60 minutes per day.
  2. In the municipalities of Andrijevica, Berane, Nikšić and Rožajegathering in residential buildings is prohibited for persons who are not members of a joint family household;
  3. The gathering of persons is limited in the entire country to a maximum of 40 persons in outdoor public places, and to 20 persons in closed public places, with the obligation to maintain a physical distance of at least two meters. (This obligation does not apply to residential buildings, except in local areas where gathering in residential buildings is restricted - the municipalities of Andrijevica, Berane, Nikšić and Rožaje.)
  1. Public gatherings for the purposes of political rallies are limited to a maximum of 100 people in open public places, and 50 people in closed public places, with the obligation to respect the physical distance of at least two meters between persons, wear protective masks and sanitise hands with suitable sanitisers;
  1. Gatherings of individuals for public events, other cultural and artistic events and festivals, are limited to a maximum of 100 people in an open public places and up to 50 people in indoor public places, with the obligation of the organizers to provide: compulsory seating, respect of the physical distance of at least two meters between persons who are not members of a joint family household, wearing of protective masks and disinfecting of hands with an appropriate disinfectant, upon arrival at the venue of the event; 
  1. The presence of spectators at sports events is prohibited;
  2. Religious gatherings in open public places except on the property of the religious facilities are prohibited (it is recommended to all religious communities to perform religious rites in religious facilities, without members of the public); 
  3. Receiving condolences is prohibited. Funerals are conducted with immediate family only; and 
  1. Private gatherings (weddings, prom nights, birthdays, etc.) are prohibited. 

 

DOMESTIC TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL

  1. Domestic transport (road, rail and maritime) is carried out with the obligation of the carrier to ensure compliance with prevention measures: - Transport of passengers in public transport (bus and van), road transport (intercity, suburban, urban), rail and maritime transportis carried out with the implementation of prevention measures (wearing protective masks, disinfection of hands at the entrance/exit of the vehicle, standing passengers are not allowed in the vehicle/vessel), in accordance with the instructions of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro;
  2. Taxi transport: The carrier is obliged to ensure that passengers and the driver wear protective masks. After the passenger(s) exit the vehicle, the driver is obliged to disinfect the surfaces that are most often touched by passengers (handles and internal parts of doors and seats) with disinfectants, in accordance with the instructions of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro.

 

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL 

  1. State employees and persons employed in state bodies, state administration bodies, administrative bodies and state employees in local - self government bodies are prohibited from traveling abroad, except in cases where the trip is of state interest with the prior consent of the head of the authority.
  2. Arrangements of all student tours, educational meetings etc. abroad are prohibited. 
  3. Off - line traffic with countries that are not on the green list, is carried out so the group of passengers transported from the departure point to the destination point, is determined in advance. The passing entry/exit of passengers is prohibited.

ENTRY INTO MONTENEGRO - NATIONALS OF MONTENEGRO AND FOREIGNERS RESIDING IN MONTENEGRO 

  1. Entrance to Montenegro is permitted for every citizen of Montenegro and foreigners with permanent or temporary residence in Montenegro

- The aforementioned is without additional restrictionsif he or she meets all three of the following conditions: 1. he or she is a resident of one of the countries on the 'green list' or he or she has stayed in a country from the 'green list' for at least 15 days before entering Montenegro; 2. if in a period from the 15th day before entering Montenegro to the day of entry, he or she did not stay in any of the countries outside the 'green list'; 3. he or she did not travel to any or through any of the countries outside the 'green list' except in transit (transit is travel without delay, as evidenced by the travel document).  

The 'Green list': EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy,  Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden) and Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 

With the negative PCR test for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) older not more than 72 hours or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class obtained by ELISA serologic test or with a negative antibody serologic test result of the IgM class older not more than 72 hours if he or she comes from any of the countries on the "amber list" or comes from one of the countries on the "green list", and in the period of 15 days before entering Montenegro, he or she stayed in one of the countries on the "amber list".  

If a citizen of Montenegro or a foreigner with permanent or temporary residence in Montenegro has stayed in one of the countries from the ''amber list'' for up to 48 hours, return without the obligation to take a test is provided with the addition of a health supervision measure upon return to Montenegro, which implies free movement, but daily monitoring of symptoms and reporting to the competent doctor until the expiry of the term of the Decision issued by Sanitary inspection upon return.  

'Amber list': Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore and the USA. 

The obligation to take a test does NOT apply to children up to the age of five.

Citizens of Montenegro and foreigners with permanent or temporary residence in Montenegro, if they enter Montenegro from one of the countries from the previous two lists of countries, or if in the period from the 15th day before entry to the day of entry, he or she stayed in one of the countries or traveled through any of the countries not on either of the previous two lists, except in transit (transit is travel without delay, as evidenced by insight into the travel document), are upon entering placed in institutional isolation or self-isolation for a period of 14 days. 

Self-isolation means staying in the family household or other facility, with restricted movement, while the health status of this person, as well as all members of the household is monitored by the competent epidemiological service, in accordance with the decision of the Sanitary Inspection. Institutional isolation means accommodation in a facility intended for self-isolation and the stay of persons who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus and who do not have symptoms of the disease, who do not require medical treatment but must be supervised by health professionals, based on the decision of the Sanitary Inspection, in accordance with the Protocol of treatment of patients and contacts of COVID-19 patients of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro.

ENTRY INTO MONTENEGRO - FOREIGNERS

  1. Foreign nationals are allowed to enter Montenegro under the following conditions

- Without additional restrictions if he or she meets all three of the following conditions: 1. he or she is a resident of one of the countries from the green list, or he or she stayed in a country from the green list, for at least 15 days before entering Montenegro; 2. if in the period from the 15th day before entering Montenegro to the day of entry, he or she did not stay in any of the countries not included in the green list of countries; 3. he or she did not travel to any of the countries or through any of the countries not included in the green list of countries, except in transit (transit is travel without delay, as evidenced by the travel document). 

The 'green list' includes: EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden) and Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco,  Mozambique, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe. 

With the negative PCR test for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) older not more than 72 hours or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class or with the negative antibody serologic test result of the IgM class obtained by ELISA serologic test older not more than 72 hours if he or she comes from any of the countries on the "amber list" or comes from one of the countries on the "green list", and in the period of 15 days before entering Montenegro, he or she stayed in one of the countries on the "amber list".

'Amber list': Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore and the USA. 

The obligation to take a test does NOT apply to children up to the age of five.

It is not possible for residents of countries off the previous two lists to enter Montenegro unless they have proof (stamp in the passport) that they have spent at least the past 15 days until the day of entering Montenegro in one of the countries on the "green list". (EU Member States - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden; Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Brunei, Belarus, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe) and that they have not visited countries off this list during that period. 

In this case, the person enters Montenegro without additional conditions, regardless of country of residence.

- If they have proof (passport stamp) that they have spent at least 15 days before the day of entering Montenegro in one of the countries on the "amber list" (Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore and the United States).In this case, the person enters Montenegro under the conditions that apply to residents of the "amber list" countries: they must have a negative PCR test for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) not older than 72 hours or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class or with a negative antibody serologic test result of the IgM class obtained by ELISA serologic test not older than 72 hours.

The obligation to take a test does NOT apply to children up to the age of five.

NOTE: Upon entry, the country of which the person is a resident is observed, not the country of which the person is a national if it is not the same country. For example: A citizen of a country off the list with a regular residence in the country on the list is treated as a citizen of the country on the list because he or she is a resident of that country. 

ENTRY INTO MONTENEGRO - EXCEPTION - CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF PERSONS

  1. In accordance with the recommendation of the European Commission, certain categories of persons necessary for normal functioning of vital services and employees who represent a clear economic interest are excluded from the stated criteria. Special conditions for entry and movement through Montenegro, is prescribed by the Public Health Institute for:

- Health workers, health researchers and scientists; 

- Persons who perform or provide transport of passengers and goods; 

- Diplomats accredited in Montenegro, staff of international organisations, military personnel and humanitarian aid workers in performing their functions;

- Certain categories of passengers in transit; 

- Persons in need of international protection or coming to Montenegro for other humanitarian reasons (the principle of non refoulement is respected). 

ENTRY INTO MONTENEGRO - EXCEPTION - NON-COMMERCIAL AND OCCASIONAL AIR TRAFFIC (SO-CALLED GENERAL AVIATION)  

  1. Foreign citizens coming by non-commercial air traffic are allowed to enter Montenegro, while complying with following temporary measures: 

 - If the aircraft arrives from one of the countries from the 'green list', there will be no additional restrictions on entry

The 'Green list' includes following countries: EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden) and Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, Egypt, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

- If the aircraft arrives from another country, passengers and the crew must obtain a negative PCR test test for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) not older than 72 hours, or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class, or with a negative antibody serologic test result of the IgM class obtained by ELISA serologic test not older than 72 hours. 

Health surveillance measures are applied to these passengers after entering Montenegro, in accordance with the recommendations of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro. For the arrival/departure of passengers from the passenger terminal to the accommodation, special transport must be arranged, in line with the recommendations of the Public Health Institute. 

While staying in a hotel or other accommodation, passengers are obliged to apply the recommendations of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro.

The obligation to take a test does NOT apply to children up to the age of five.

TRANSIT OF RESIDENTS OF BiH, KOSOVO AND ALBANIA THROUGH  MONTENEGRO 

  1. The transit of residents of neighbouring countries from the 'amber list' through Montenegro between the countries of the amber list is possible without the obligation to take a PCR or ELISA test. 

Transit is assured with verification of the time of entering into Montenegro, passage of checkpoints and exiting Montenegro, without any stay in country. 

BORDER CROSSINGS 

  1. All border crossings for entry into Montenegro are open, except for the following road border crossings: 

Vraćenovići on the road route Nikšić - Bileća, which was closed on 27 February due to the construction of border infrastructure; 

Vuča on the road route Rožaje - Tutin, which was closed on 20 June, in order to suppress the transmission of coronavirus from the Republic of Serbia. 

  1. Entry of passengers from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Montenegro is NOT ALLOWED through the border crossing Šćepan Polje on the road route Plužine - Foča. 

- It is possible from 07:00 to 19:00 through the border crossing Metaljka on the road route Pljevlja - Čajniče.

Passengers are allowed to leave Montenegro without restrictions at these crossings.

INSTITUTIONAL ISOLATION AND SELF-ISOLATION MEASURES

  1. The measure of self-isolation is prescribed as follows:- 14 days for persons who have been or are suspected of being in contact with persons infected with a novel coronavirus or with persons suspected of being infected with the disease.- until recovery, and at least 14 days for persons who have a positive PCR test for novel coronavirus, have mild symptoms or no symptoms of the disease. Measures are prescribed based on the decision of the Sanitary Inspection, in accordance with the Protocol for treatment of patients and contacts of COVID-19 patients of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro. Self-isolation means staying in family household or other facility, with restricted movement, while the health status of this person, as well as all members of the household is monitored by the competent epidemiological service, in accordance with the decision of the Sanitary Inspection.
  2. The measure of institutional isolation is prescribed for up to 14 days from the beginning of the symptoms of the disease for persons who have been hospitalized and who have had a significant improvement in their clinical picture, but still do not meet the criteria for recovery, in accordance with the Protocol of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro. Exceptionally, a measure of self-isolation may be imposed on these persons, if there are conditions for accommodation in self-isolation.Self-isolation means staying in family household or other facility, with restricted movement, while the health status of this person, as well as all members of the household is monitored by the competent epidemiological service, in accordance with the decision of the Sanitary Inspection. Institutional isolation means accommodation in a facility intended for self-isolation and the stay of persons who have been hospitalized, but are in an improved state that does not require medical treatment in hospital, but must be under supervision of health workers, based on the decision of the Sanitary Inspection, in accordance with the Protocol of the Public Health Institute. 
  3. The measure of a 14-day obligatory quarantine or self-isolation is prescribed to citizens and residents of Montenegro who come from one of the countries with which international passenger traffic is not allowed, in accordance with the prescribed epidemiological criteria, based on the decision of the Sanitary Inspection, in accordance with the Protocol for treatment of patients and contacts of COVID-19 patients of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro.

Self-isolation means staying in family household or other facility, with restricted movement, while the health status of this person, as well as all members of the household is monitored by the competent epidemiological service, in accordance with the decision of the Sanitary Inspection. Institutional isolation means accommodation in a facility intended for self-isolation and the stay of persons who are hospitalized, but who are in an improved state that does not require medical treatment in hospital, but who must be under the supervision of health workers, based on the decision of the Sanitary Inspection, in accordance with the Protocol of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro.

VISITING PERSONS IN HOSPITALS 

  1. Visiting persons who are receiving hospital treatment in healthcare institutions and persons accommodated in social and childcare institutions, is prohibited. 

VISITING PERSONS DEPRIVED OF THEIR LIBERTY AND PERSONS SERVING A PRISON SENTENCE 

  1. 28. Visiting detained persons and persons serving a prison sentence in the Administration for Execution of Criminal Sanctions, except for lawyers and court experts by court decision, is prohibited. 

SPORTS AND RECREATION  

  1. Training of athletes (amateur athletes, professional athletes and recreational athletes) and sport competitions and tournaments for athletes in sports facilities (indoor and outdoor sports facilities - fields and swimming pools) are organised without spectators / fans, and owners and users of sports facilities and sports organisations are obliged to ensure the application of temporary measures, as follows:

 - Mandatory disinfection equipment for training, competitions, tournaments and items that are shared by athletes, in accordance with recommendations of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro;

 - Compliance with personal hygiene measures - regular hand hygiene, before and after completing the sports activity. 

  1. Companies and entrepreneurs who provide services in fitness centres and gyms are obliged to organise work in such a way that only one person per ten square meters may stay in the facility at any one time, and no more than 20 people in total, while respecting a physical distance of at least two meters between users and ensuring compliance with other measures, in accordance with the instructions of the Public Health Institute.
  2. Cyclists are not obliged to wear protective masks during individual rides or joint rides with members of the same family household. Cyclists in groups must wear protective masks.
  3. Users of non - regulated bathing areas are obliged to respect a distance of at least 2 m, except for members of a joint family household.  

HEALTH 

  1. Dental practices are obliged to organise work in such a way as to provide a system of mandatory patient scheduling, to ensure that only one patient can stay in the waiting room (10 square metres) at any one time, while respecting the physical distance of at least 2 m between patients, to provide hand sanitizers to patients when entering/leaving the practice and to ensure that all employees follow work procedures and wear personal protective equipment, in accordance with the recommendations of the Public Health Institute and the Dental Chamber of Montenegro. 
  2. Other health care institutions are obliged to: 

 - ensure that all patients wear protective masks during their stay in the health institution (provided that the patient's clinical condition allows the wearing of a mask and that the mask does not compromise the patient's respiratory function) and ensure respect for physical distance of at least two meters between patients;

 -  prominently display a notice on temporary measures in place for the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus at the health institution;

 -  provide hand sanitizer to patients at the entrance/exit of the health institution;

TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY COUNTER- COVID-19 MEASURES

  1. The work of nightclubs/discos is prohibited. 
  2. The work of catering facilities (restaurants, cafes, cafeterias, hotel restaurants and similar catering facilities), including catering facilities on beaches and bathing areas, is banned in the municipalities of Andrijevica, Berane, Nikšić and Rožaje (excluding the work of catering facilities for hotel guests in which guests are accommodated).
  3. The work of catering facilities (restaurants, cafes, cafeterias, hotel restaurants and similar catering facilities), including catering facilities on beaches and bathing area, is restricted to the period from 06:00 to 22:00 in the Capital City of Podgorica, the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje and in the municipalities of BudvaKotor and Pljevlja
  1. The work of catering facilities (restaurants, cafes, cafeterias, hotel restaurants and similar catering facilities), including catering facilities on beaches and bathing areas is limited from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m in the municipalities of Bar, Bijelo Polje, Danilovgrad, Gusinje, Herceg Novi, Kolašin, Mojkovac, Petnjica, Plav, Plužine, Šavnik, Tivat, Tuzi, Ulcinj and Žabljak;
  2. Companies, other legal entities and entrepreneurs in catering facilities (restaurants, cafes, cafeterias, hotel restaurants and similar catering facilities) are obliged to organise their work as follows:

 

- a maximum of two guests may sit at a table inside catering facilities or four guests on the terrace/in the garden of this facility in the municipalities of Bar, Bijelo Polje, Danilovgrad, Gusinje, Herceg Novi, Kolašin, Mojkovac, Petnjica, Plav, Plužine, Šavnik, Tivat, Tuzi, Ulcinj and Žabljak;

- a maximum of two guests may sit at a table inside catering facilities and on the terrace/in the garden of this facility in the Capital City Podgorica, the Old Royal Capital Cetinje and the municipalities of Budva, Kotor and Pljevlja with a distance between the chairs on which people sit with their backs to each other of at least 1m;
- self - service, waiting and standing in front of the bar is prohibited;
- a distance of at least two meters between tables must be provided, in accordance with the recommendations of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro;
- regular maintenance of hygiene and disinfection of common areas, furniture, equipment, etc. must be provided, in accordance with the recommendations of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro;
- hygienic waste disposal containers in the catering facility (inside the facility and on the terrace/garden) must be labelled.

40. Companies, legal entities and entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry, who are organising entertainment and music programmes are obliged to organise their work as follows:

- singers and musicians - members of the band/orchestra respect each other's physical distance of at least 2m;
- to ensure wearing of protective masks during entertainment and music programme, except for singers and musicians who play wind instruments;
- to provide a physical distance between guests on one side and singers and musicians-members of the band/orchestra on the other of at least 4m, and if this is not possible, guests and singers/musicians must be separated by transparent plexiglass panels at least 2m high; and
- to prohibit guests from dancing.

CONSTRUCTION

  1. Companies, other legal entities or entrepreneurs who carry out construction work and are responsible for the execution of construction works on a facility, i.e. for the execution of certain works, are obliged to:

 - Ensure adherence to epidemiological measures, especially respecting the physical distance between employees and other measures to ensure health protection;

 - To clearly place, on the construction site, a notice on the temporary prevention and control measures against the novel coronavirus;

 - Prohibit all employees who carry out construction work on the construction site, during working hours, from leaving the construction site to procure food, etc; 

 - Provide food delivery to employees performing construction work on the construction site; 

 - Maintain physical distance during the organised transportation of employees from and to the construction site (bus or van).

RECOMMENDATIONS 

  1. It is recommended to all religious communities to perform religious rites in religious facilities, without presence of the public.
  2. State authorities, public administration bodies, local government and local administration authorities, companies, public institutions and other legal persons, entrepreneurs, and individuals who carry out specific activities, to establish which jobs can be performed reliably and efficiently from home. 
  3. They should specify the jobs for which performance is possible from home and specify also the persons performing these tasks who, due to their health and other circumstances, should not be exposed to the risk of illness, alongside the methods of communication with employees performing tasks from home, and ways of maintaining meetings which are related to performing tasks within their competencies and activities (via telephone, online...). 

 

Source: Government of Montenegro

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