The new quarantine rules include curfews, tight restrictions on shops and restaurants, and other bans.
Montenegrin authorities have introduced strict quarantine since Sunday. Shops and restaurants will be restricted throughout the country and a curfew will be imposed.
The corresponding decision on Friday, November 13, was made by the government of the country.
So, the lockdown rules in Montenegro, which will take effect from November 15, provide:
Curfew from 21:00 to 05:00;
The ban on the work of shops and catering establishments after 20:00;
Ban on intercity passenger traffic on weekends;
Prohibition to gather in a group of more than four people;
A ban on holding religious services in the presence of parishioners.
The day before, 643 new cases of coronavirus disease were reported to have been detected per day. The total number of patients since the beginning of the epidemic has grown to 25,509, 364 people have died. The total population of the country is about 622 thousand people.