Authorities in Montenegro have decided to allow foreign nationals to enter the country as of June 1, without having to spend 14 days in quarantine and self-isolation.
According to the National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases, the decision applies to nationals of countries in which the rate of active coronavirus cases of less than 25 per 100,000 residents.
The list, updated weekly by the Public Health Institute of Montenegro, currently includes Slovenia (0.43 confirmed cases per 100,000 residents), Iceland (0.88), Croatia (2.34), Slovakia (2.93), Georgia (3.83), Switzerland (6.46), Albania (7.12), Austria (7.98), Norway (8.10), Monaco (10.20), Kosovo (11.99), Germany (12.61), Greece (13.00), Hungary (13.57), Denmark (13.97), Lithuania (14.57), Latvia (15.52), Azerbaijan (15.96), Luxembourg (16.00), Estonia (16.06), Bosnia and Herzegovina (16.45), Bulgaria (19.82), Israel (20.94), North Macedonia (21.60), Ireland (21.96), Czech Republic (22.41), and Finland (23.09 confirmed cases per 100,000 residents).
Air and sea traffic is allowed with the countries on the list.
The Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina decided on Thursday to open the borders for the citizens of neighboring countries.
The country’s borders with Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia will open on Monday, June 1, when international airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina are set to start working as well.