The Montenegrin authorities announced that from January 13, the fight against COVID-19 in the country will be intensified. Minister of Health Elena Borovinich-Boyovich spoke about the new rules for entering the country. Her words leads RIA News…
A foreigner must provide one of the documents: a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus (no more than six months should pass from the moment of administration of the last dose), or a negative PCR test (not older than 72 hours), or a certificate of a past illness (from the moment of recovery, no more less than 10 days and no more than six months from a positive PCR test).
If there are no documents, the traveler will be sent to quarantine for ten days.
Recall that the authorities of Montenegro began to tighten the coronavirus restrictions on January 2, 2022.