Montenegro Government – Ministry of Health made update of measures for entry in the country on 18th of March 2021.
Montenegrin citizen and foreigners traveling from all countries, excluding neighbor countries, can enter the country with any of below listed tests or certificate:
- Negative PCR test for COVID-19 (from registered laboratory), which is not older than 48 hours at the moment of entering Montenegro,
- Positive IgG Antibody test COVID-19 (from registered laboratory), which is not older than 30 days at moment of entering Montenegro,
- Vaccination COVID-19 Certificate (issued from registered health institution), where the second dose of vaccination was taken 7 days before entering Montenegro
*Conditions for entry do not apply to children up to the age of five.
Montenegrin citizen and foreigners traveling from neighbor countries listed below are exempted from above condition for entry:
Bosnia and Hercegovina,
However, it is required to strictly follow measures stated by Institute of Public Health: If you notice symptoms of a respiratory infection (fever, sneezing, cough, runny nose, difficult breathing or other):
• put a mask on your mouth and nose;
• increase hand hygiene (wash your hands with worm water and soap frequently);
• avoid contacts with other persons;
• use a tissue when sneezing or coughing;
• make a phone call to responsible epidemiological service responsible for the territory of your residence (the list is provided at Health Warning document from Public Health Institute of Montenegro).
The Health Warning document is available at all border crossings in Montenegro and is published on the website of the Ministry of Health and the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro. The epidemiologist will give you instructions for further procedures.
Obligation of wearing protective face masks covering nose and mouth, in closed and open space, including children older than five years is in force.
We kindly ask you to follow these instructions completely.
These measures are in force until 24th of March 2021.
Sources: Montenegro Ministry of Health and Institute of Public Health.