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Montenegro temporarily shuts down nightclubs and discos; no parties or music festivals

The measures are temporary and are in effect from Friday, July 23 until Monday, August 2

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In accordance with earlier announcements from the Ministry of Health of Montenegro, which persistently called for compliance with prescribed Covid measures, and warned that they would be changed in case of non-compliance, new ones that are temporary will come into force today, the daily Vijesti has learned.

Starting on Friday, July 23 until Monday, August 2, the work of nightclubs and discos, both outdoors and indoors, is temporarily banned.

Parties and music festivals are also banned, as well as any mass indoor gatherings.

Vijesti learned that from August 2, 2021, spending time inside hospitality establishments will not be possible unconditionally.

The focus of the Directorate for Inspection Affairs will be to control outdoor gatherings and live music performances in restaurant gardens.

If the trend of violations continues, banning or additionally restricting those will be considered.


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