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06.04.2020

Orders and recommendations are largely respected, Report on donations made to date adopted

Orders and recommendations are largely respected, Report on donations made to date adopted

The National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases, at today's session chaired by President Milutin Simović, analyzed the epidemiological situation in Montenegro and assessed that all state authorities in the past period timely and effectively undertook all planned activities to protect the health and lives of citizens from the coronavirus epidemic, and that the measures taken so far are largely respected...



13.03.2020.

Temporary measures against spread of coronavirus are taken

Temporary measures against spread of coronavirus are taken

Podgorica, Montenegro (13 March 2020) -- The Ministry of Health has ordered, pursuant to Article 55, paragraph 1 items 2, 4 and 9 of the Law on the Protection of Population against Communicable Diseases (Official Gazette of Montenegro 12/18), taking provisional measures for the prevention, introduction into the country, suppression and prevention of transmission of the coronavirus...



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08.04.2020.

Construction sites are active, construction builders comply with measures and orders

Construction sites are active, construction builders comply with measures and orders

Podgorica, Montenegro (8 April 2020) -- The Public Works Administration has about 20 active construction sites at the moment. In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, workers at construction sites comply with all recommendations and measures regarding maintenance of physical distance and use of protective equipment (masks, gloves), which the competent authorities adopted over the past few days, led by the National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases...

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07.04.2020.

There are no tons of medical equipment lost

There are no tons of medical equipment lost

In order to fully inform the public, which over the past two days has been the target of malicious allegations of the disappearance of two tons of medical equipment and various conspiracy theories, we announce that all medical equipment purchased by Montenegro for the protection of the health and lives of citizens is in our country's possession and that most of it is delivered...

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06.04.2020.

National Coordination Body: Orders and recommendations are largely respected, Report on donations made to date adopted

National Coordination Body: Orders and recommendations are largely respected, Report on donations made to date adopted

The National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases, at today's session chaired by President Milutin Simović, analyzed the epidemiological situation in Montenegro and assessed that all state authorities in the past period timely and effectively undertook all planned activities to protect the health and lives of citizens from the coronavirus epidemic, and that the measures taken so far are largely respected...

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06.04.2020.

National Coordination Body: Donations via SMS on 15888, starting today

National Coordination Body: Donations via SMS on 15888, starting today

Podgorica, Montenegro (6 April 2020) -- In cooperation with Montenegrin Telekom, Telenor and Mtel, the National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases has opened an SMS donation line 15888, through which citizens can join the joint fight against the coronavirus. By sending an SMS DONACIJA to the number 15888, it is possible to donate EUR 1 to the giro account of the Red Cross of Montenegro to help vulnerable citizens...

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05.04.2020.

National Coordination Body warns gas stations: providing catering services will result in closure of facilities and criminal charges

National Coordination Body warns gas stations: providing catering services will result in closure of facilities and criminal charges

The National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases, analyzing the consistency and effects of implementing the measures adopted, found that many gas stations continued to provide catering services (coffee vending machines, standings bars, etc.) and thus encouraged gathering of citizens, contrary to the measures adopted...

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