Stricter measures in Montenegro: People can no longer go to large supermarkets without a Covid pass
It is allowed to perform live music inside hospitality establishments but the obligation is that all employees, musicians and guests have the National Digital Certificate
"The National Covid Certificate is issued immediately after receiving the second dose of the vaccine and will be valid immediately, i.e- - people no longer have to wait 14 days from full vaccination," Director of the Institute of Public Health Igor Galic told a press conference, Vijesti is reporting.
Apart from entering shopping centers and the interior of hospitality establishments, the National Digital Covid certificate is a condition for entering business centers; business buildings that house more than three economic entities; facilities that sell non-food goods and whose area exceeds 1,000 square meters.
Owners, customers and managers in these facilities are under obligation to control and appoint a person responsible for ensuring compliance with this measure.
The number of people who can be present at weddings parties and other private celebrations organized in hospitality establishments, who have the National Digital Covid certificate, is limited to 50 - both outdoors and indoors.
It is allowed to perform live music inside hospitality establishments but the obligation is that all employees, musicians and guests have the National Digital Certificate.
The national digital Covid certificate is valid only if a person meets one of the prescribed conditions: they must be fully vaccinated, regardless of how many days have passed since that; they have a negative PCR test for Covid-19 that is not older than 72 hours or a positive PCR test that is older than 14 and not older than 180 days; the person possesses a negative rapid antigen test that is not older than 48 hours.
Covid passes to be necessary to enter hypermarkets, too
Galic announced that starting on October 9, the National Digital Covid certificate will be necessary for entering facilities that sell food and food products and have an area of 1,000 square meters or more.
All deceased under the age of 40 were unvaccinated
"All those who died from the consequences of Covid-19 and were younger than 40 had not been vaccinated against that disease," the director of the Institute of Public Health Igor Galic told the press conference.
He said that nine out of ten deceased Covid patients were unvaccinated.
In Montenegro, one in two adult citizens has received at least one dose of the vaccine against Covid-19, while about 45 percent are completely vaccinated, said Galic.
"That is a good result considering that resistance to vaccination has been growing for years in Montenegro," he said.
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