COVID-19 Info

Health and safety measures Montenegro

(updated 11.05.2021)


Entering Montenegro


Montenegrin citizens and foreigners, except for persons from the following countries: the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Kosovo, the Republic of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Albania, Russian Federation, Republic of Belarus and Republic of Northern Macedonia or have resided continuously in those States for a period of at least 15 days prior to entry into Montenegro (who do NOT need a PCR test), can enter Montenegro through all border crossings with a negative PCR test to a new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which is not older than 72 hours, with a positive result of serological test - IgG antibodies and not older than 30 days or with evidence that they were vaccinated with a second dose at least seven days before entering Montenegro vaccine against the new coronavirus, which was issued by an authorized health institution.

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

Montenegrin citizens and foreigners with permanent or temporary residence in Montenegro, who do not have a PCR test for a new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), a positive result of a serological test - IgG antibodies or proof that they are fully vaccinated against the new coronavirus, can enter to Montenegro, with the determination of a measure of quarantine or self-isolation for a period of 14 days.

(NOTE: Upon entry, the state of which the person is a resident is considered, not the state of which he is a national if it is not the same state. For example: A citizen of a country outside the list with a proper residence in the state on the list is treated as a citizen of the state on the list because he is a resident of the state on the list.)


Personal/general measures

  • Mandatory wearing masks in public indoor and outdoor areas and compliance with measures of physical distance of at least two meters indoors and outdoors in all municipalities in Montenegro





All ports and marinas are open for international maritime traffic.

The crew and all passengers are allowed shore leave, until they comply with general population regulation.

Fuel supply transit can be organized, regardless the Yacht country origin and crew/guests citinzenship/arrival country. In that case, shore leave is permitted only to crew/guests complying with general population regulation.


 Testing/ Vaccination


Sars-COV-2 testing capacities are available close to all port and marinas in Montenegro. PCR test in an accredited laboratory is 49 euros per test.

Vaccination in Montenegro is available for Montenegrin general population - Sinopharm, Pfizer, Astra Zeneca vaccines (for now).


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