Montenegro has strengthened quarantine. Earlier it was stated that the country became the first in Europe with no active cases COVID-19

The government of Montenegro has decided to reinstate the previously cancelled quarantine restrictions due to new outbreaks of coronavirus infection COVID-19. About this 26 June reported on the government website.

The country has again banned in sports competitions and training, as well as public meetings in the open air. In addition, prohibited worship outside of churches. During the funeral in the cemeteries are allowed to attend only family members, have informed in the government of Montenegro.

In two municipalities in the North of the country imposed a curfew from 18.00 to 05.00.

According to the American Johns Hopkins University, which monitors the spread of infection in the online, in Montenegro only recorded 439 cases of infection, nine people died, 315 – recovered.

As reported by Reuters, 10 days, from 15 to 25 June, Montenegro has recorded 100 new cases COVID-19.

25 may it was reported that Montenegro was the first country in Europe without active cases COVID-19. Before that, the country has not recorded new cases for three weeks.

On 20 June it was reported that Montenegro has decided to open its borders to foreign citizens, including Ukrainians.

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