Montenegro’s public kindergartens will start operating on Thursday, June 4, and private kindergartens have already begun their work on June 1.
“Kindergartens carry out the final preparations for the safe return of children: preparation of premises, as well as the purchase and distribution of disinfectants,” the Ministry of Education reports.
Preschools are required to comply with the recommendations of the Montenegro Public Health Institute. Employees must disinfect their hands and work on surfaces that children and caregivers touch.
In turn, parents are required to measure the temperature of the child. If it turns out to be high or the child has bouts of fever, then you need to stay at home.
In this case, only one parent can accompany one child to the kindergarten. At the entrance, children will wash their hands.