Montenegro Removes Quarantine Requirement for Arriving Yachts

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Porto Montenegro is fully open now that the Montenegrin government has confirmed zero cases of covid-19 in the country.

The country has had no new cases in the last 28 days, according to Porto Montenegro, so the government has relaxed measures for maritime traffic and opened the border to countries that have fewer than 25 cases-per-100,000 residents without the need to quarantine.

There were more than 100 countries on the list as of Wednesday.

Implemented procedures include easily available testing on covid-19 for all clients and staff, special luggage disinfection for the marina and hotel guests, daily maintenance of high hygiene standards across the entire marina and nautical village. 

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