The authorities of Montenegro have updated the requirements for the entry of foreign tourists into the country, they will be valid until January 19 with the possibility of extension, the portal RTCG.
“Montenegro Ministry of Health announced new rules of entry into the country, according to which from January 13 foreign travelers can enter at least one of the four conditions of digital COVID-19-certificate of the EU. The requirements have changed due to the improved epidemiological situation,” writes the newspaper.
According to the head of the Ministry of Health of Montenegro, Elena Borovinich-Bojovic, in the next 7 days it will be possible to enter if one of the conditions of EU COVID-certificate is met: the tourist must be fully vaccinated, and from the moment of the second dose of the drug should not be more than six months.
“Alternatively, a negative PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before travel, or a rapid test done no earlier than 48 hours before travel, would be suitable. You can also present a certificate of coronavirus carried at least 10 days and no more than six months ago,” she said.
The new requirements canceled the previous rules, under which foreign nationals could not come to Montenegro unvaccinated and unexposed to the disease, and vaccinated and who had COVID-19 needed a PCR test.
As the newspaper notes, the authorities are allowed to resume the work of fitness centers and gyms with the possibility of allocation of at least 10 square meters per person if the visitor has a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus.