Montenegro starting quarantine exit

Montenegro is exiting from severe coronavirus quarantine. Photo: cdn.spbdnevnik.ru

On the third day after the detention of the SOC clergy for holding worship during the lockdown in Montenegro, cafes, shopping centers and beaches resumed their work.

From May 15, 2020, Montenegro began its quarantine exit, introduced in March this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, rtcg.me reports.

From now on, taxis and personal transport are allowed throughout the country, and public transport by road and rail will start operating on Monday.

The work of shopping centers and catering establishments is resumed; beaches are also opened for visiting.

It is noted that all the entities should adhere to all necessary recommendations aimed at protecting employees and customers from the possibility of being infected with the coronavirus, such as maintaining a distance, equipping with sanitizers, wearing protective masks, etc.

As reported by the UOJ, on May 15, in Montenegro, there will be a trial of those arrested for performing divine services – Bishop Joanikije (Micovic) of Budimlja and Niksic and 7 clergymen of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The authorities of the country, when confronted with mass protests of Montenegrin believers, involved the army to patrol the entries to Niksic on the day of the trial.

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