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Montenegro opened to unvaccinated tourists

The Montenegrin authorities have decided to remove some of the covid restrictions on entry into the country. First of all, they will affect unvaccinated foreign tourists. Minister of Health Elena Borovinich-Boyovich announced this on Wednesday.

At the end of last year, the Montenegrin government updated its border crossing rules. In particular, entry was allowed only after presenting a certificate of full vaccination against coronavirus or a certificate of a past illness. According to officials, this should have halted the rise in the incidence of COVID-19 during the New Year holidays.

“The numbers we have on the number of infected people are not alarming. The health care system can cope with the load, so we are removing some of the restrictions, ”explained the head of the Ministry of Health.

So, from January 13, tourists can come to Montenegro not only with a covid passport or a certificate of antibodies, but also for negative results of a PCR test done no later than 72 hours before arrival, or an express test for antigen not older than 48 hours.

However, the Ministry of Health emphasizes that this innovation will be valid only from 13 to 19 January. After that, the department will again analyze the situation with the coronavirus and take appropriate measures.

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