ALL PHOTOS “Last Bastion” of Europe fell: in Montenegro recorded the first two cases of the coronavirus
Pixabay.com According to Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, who was quoted by TASS, we are talking about returning from abroad in 1948 and women born in 1973. The diseased condition is assessed as normal
gov.me the country introduced restrictive measures in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection
on the Evening of 17 March in Montenegro was recorded the first two cases of infection of the coronavirus. According to Prime Minister Dusko Markovic, who was quoted by TASS, we are talking about returning from abroad in 1948 and women born in 1973. The diseased condition is assessed as normal. In what region affected have been women, Markovich said.
the Prime Minister notedtil that informed these two women attended one of the regions, Thus, the coronavirus identified in all European countries. Until recently Montenegro was the only country where there were no recorded cases of the disease.
the country introduced restrictive measures in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. So, Montenegro is suspended the carriage of citizens to public transport, particularly on the inner rail routes. Also, the country ordered to suspend the work of hairdressers and beauty salons.
the Evening of March 15 Montenegro was denied entry into the country all foreign citizens, except for having a residence permit. Also, the Cabinet of the country has suspended flights to other countries. Previously, the government of Montenegro introduced a number of prohibitions in connection with the pandemic, including banned the holding of mass rallies two weeks.
Montenegrin authorities have closed educational institutions, banned mass gatherings, restrict the entry of the Montenegrins in several countries and established medical supervision to come from a number of States. In addition, closed borders and suspended air, rail and bus service.
As told RIA “Novosti”, the Serbian epidemiologist, Dr Zoran Radovanovic, Montenegro for so long remained the only European country without a coronavirus due to the small population of just over 600 thousand people.”In addition, they have successfully identified everyone who had contact with patients, and the time they were isolated, it is clear that work and they have the technical possibilities,” he said.