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30.03.2020

New measures: Ban on leaving home in working days, at night, on Saturday afternoons and on Sundays

New measures: Ban on leaving home in working days, at night, on Saturday afternoons and on Sundays

Podgorica, Montenegro (30 March 2020 ) -- At today’s session, chaired by President Milutin Simović, the National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases adopted several temporary measures to protect the health and lives of citizens and voiced its determination to implement all measures without exception. The provisional measures, which are valid for fifteen days counting from tonight, after the order enters into force, as published in the Official Gazette of Montenegro, are...



02.03.2020.

High risk of coronavirus disease in Montenegro

High risk of coronavirus disease in Montenegro

The health risk of the population of Montenegro from infection with the novel coronavirus is currently considered high, compared to the previous level which was moderate – said Minister of Health Kenan Hrapović at today's session of the National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases, outlining the risk assessment carried out by the Institute of Public Health...



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31.03.2020.

Minister Nuhodžić with police officers at field last night: Adopted measures are necessary, institutions are determined to prosecute non-compliance without exception

Minister Nuhodžić with police officers at field last night: Adopted measures are necessary, institutions are determined to prosecute non-compliance without exception

Minister of the Interior Mevludin Nuhodžić last night visited the police officers, who monitor compliance with the measures of the National Coordination Body and emphasised that the measures adopted last night were necessary to protect citizens in the coming critical period, that he believes that citizens will respect the measures, and that the competent institutions are determined to carry out all taken measures without exception...

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31.03.2020.

There is no curfew, measures taken under Constitution and law

Podgorica, Montenegro (31 March 2020) -- The Democratic Front made false claims that the Government introduced a curfew and that the measures taken to combat the Coronavirus epidemic are illegal. We recall that the World Health Organization declared the global pandemic of the Coronavirus on 11 March and the epidemic was also declared in Montenegro by official decision on 26 March this year...

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30.03.2020.

New measures: Ban on leaving home in working days and at night, on Saturday afternoons and on Sundays all day

New measures: Ban on leaving home in working days and at night, on Saturday afternoons and on Sundays all day

Podgorica, Montenegro (30 March 2020 ) -- At today’s session, chaired by President Milutin Simović, the National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases adopted several temporary measures to protect the health and lives of citizens and voiced its determination to implement all measures without exception. The provisional measures, which are valid for fifteen days counting from tonight, after the order enters into force, as published in the Official Gazette of Montenegro, are...

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30.03.2020.

PM Marković forms working group to develop plan of measures to support economy, entrepreneurs and citizens to address impact of coronavirus pandemic

PM Marković forms working group to develop plan of measures to support economy, entrepreneurs and citizens to address impact of coronavirus pandemic

Prime Minister Duško Marković formed today a working group to prepare proposals for a new package of measures to support Montenegrin economy, entrepreneurs and citizens in dealing with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic...

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29.03.2020.

PM Marković: Montenegro manages coronavirus situation, but hardest is yet to come, it takes iron discipline of each of us

PM Marković: Montenegro manages coronavirus situation, but hardest is yet to come, it takes iron discipline of each of us

Podgorica, Montenegro (29 March 2020) -- Prime Minister Duško Marković has informed citizens of Montenegro that our country has managed the coronavirus situation so far thanks to the efforts and complex action and sacrifice, but that the hardest days are yet to come, and therefore required the iron discipline and compliance with the orders and recommendations of the National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases...

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