Masks no longer be mandatory in markets, schools, shopping malls in Montenegro

Baku, April 6, AZERTAC

Protective masks will no longer be an obligation, but only a recommendation in schools, markets, shopping malls, sports halls, the Minister of Health Jelena Borovinic Bojovic announced in the show "Good morning Montenegro", according to RTCG, the Montenegrin public radio and TV broadcaster.

As of Thursday, when new measures will be announced, masks will be mandatory in health facilities, collective accommodation and public transport, she added. Classes remain for 30 minutes until the situation is resolved.

The epidemiological situation is much more favorable, says the minister.

"We still need to be careful. Corona has unpleasantly surprised us several times. The situation is currently favorable and stable. We have a significant drop in the number of patients on a daily basis, a drop in the number of hospitalized ", Borovinic Bojovic said.

This week, we will have measures with another degree of liberalization, with a warning.

"The working group for this week has already analyzed the situation and it is recommended that masks remain a mandatory measure in health care institutions, collective accommodation and public transport. The obligatory wearing of masks in schools, markets, shopping malls, sports halls, will be only a recommendation, and not an obligatory measure ", the Minister announced.

The Institute for Public Health recommends that classes remain 30 minutes for another two weeks.

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