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National Coordination Body agrees to lift ban on air traffic for own needs

Published date 19.05.2020 22:50 | Author PR Service

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Podgorica, Montenegro (19 May 2020) – The National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases agreed earlier today to amend the order on suspension of public passenger transport in international air traffic and the ban on the entry of foreigners into Montenegro, by excluding from the order the non-commercial air transport (passenger transport for their own needs), which will be carried out along with the application of temporary measures, as follows: 

1) The aircraft used for non-commercial air traffic may have a capacity of up to 10 seats;
2) Crew and passengers are obliged to wear protective masks when getting off the aircraft and during their stay at the airport;
3) When entering Montenegro, passengers and crew must have a PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 not older than 48 hours;
4) After entering Montenegro, health surveillance measures are applied to passengers, in accordance with the recommendations of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro;
5) For the arrival / departure of passengers from the passenger terminal to the accommodation, it is necessary to organise special transport, in accordance with the recommendations of the Public Health Institute;
6) While staying in a hotel or other accommodation, passengers are obliged to apply the recommendations of the Institute for Public Health.

The National Coordination Body agreed to amend the appropriate order on banning the organisation of games of chance, so that the organisation of games of chance in casinos is also allowed.


PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT OF MONTENEGRO