From May 4, clothing stores, bookstores, hairdressers, dental clinics, fitness centers, museums and galleries, car services and car rental agencies will open. But from April 27, it is necessary to use masks in closed public areas without fail.
In connection with the improvement of indicators for new cases, the National Coordinating Council of Montenegro continues to remove restrictive measures.
From May 4, taxi and public transport will resume work in cities where there were no cases of COVID-19 virus.
Starting May 18, shopping centers, restaurants and cafes open, including on hotel terraces, as well as beaches and beach bars.
Starting June 1, road communication between cities, as well as rail and sea links, is being restored.
To date, 322 cases of COVID-19 virus infection have been reported in Montenegro. 1819 citizens of Montenegro are under medical supervision. 109 people undergo treatment. The number of patients who recovered was 240. Over the past day, no new infections with coronavirus have been detected in Montenegro.