COVID-19 Info

Health and safety measures Montenegro

(updated 20.08.2021)

 

Entering Montenegro

 

Please be informed that the Ministry of Health and the Institute for Public Health presented today new epidemiological measures which will be in force from tonight at midnight till Friday, September 10:

1. Montenegrin citizens and foreigners are allowed to enter Montenegro only if they have one of the following four proofs:
• That the person has been fully vaccinated or has received the first jab;
• That the person has a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours;
• Evidence that the person recovered from COVID19 infection, ie positive PCR test result older than 14 and not older than 180 days;
• Evidence of a negative rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours.
“If a person, regardless of whether they are Montenegrin citizens or foreigners with permanent residence in Montenegro, do not meet one of these conditions, a fourteen-day self-isolation will be required. It can be terminated after the sixth day of entering Montenegro with a negative PCR test. ”
No travel restrictions rule (negative PCR test or any other proof) still applies when entering Montenegro from Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo and North Macedonia. This is valid only for citizens of these countries and Montenegrin citizens coming from these counties only.

2. Weddings, birthdays, and other private celebrations organized in hospitality outlets can be held with at least one of the proofs from the National Digital Covid Certificate. This applies to both hosts and guests of the event:
• That the person has been fully vaccinated or has received the first jab;
• That the person has a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours;
• Evidence that the person recovered from COVID19 infection, ie positive PCR test result older than 14 and not older than 180 days;
• Evidence of a negative rapid antigen test not older than 48 hours.
The management of hospitality outlet is obliged to appoint a person in charge for monitoring the implementation of epidemiological measures.
Live music inside the venue is still forbidden.

3. One of the four proofs from the National Digital Covid Certificate is required for entering theaters, cinemas, museums, galleries and similar. There should be a person appointed for monitoring the implementation of epidemiological measures.

4. Gathering of more than 50 adults in an outdoor public place (sidewalks, town squares, streets, promenades, etc.) is forbidden.

Personal/general measures

 
  • Mandatory wearing masks in public indoor areas

  • Physical distance of at least two meters indoors and outdoors in all municipalities in Montenegro.

 

 

 Ports/Marinas

 

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.

PCR Testing is free of charge for all foreign travellers, needing it for return home. It has to be announced to authorities 72h before departure (contact info depends of the city).

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

 

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