MTI reports that catering providers in Montenegro have given a deadline to the government on Monday. They are demanding the lifting of the losing curbs that came into effect on Friday due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to a report by Montenegro’s public service television, RTCG, caterers believe the new measures, which restrict access to restaurants with a vaccination certificate, negative coronavirus test or proof of recovery, are discriminatory. According to them, the new restrictions will lead to a significant financial loss for the already affected sector.
On Saturday, the number of recorded cases of coronavirus in Serbia reached 353 to 721,620, in Kosovo 70 to 108,273, in North Macedonia 74 to 156,287, in Montenegro 143 to 101,785, and in Bosnia and Herzegovina 46 rose to 205,616.
The number of deaths caused by the epidemic in the past 24 hours increased by 2 to 7,112 in Serbia, by 1 to 2,268 in Kosovo, by 1 to 5,492 in North Macedonia and by 1 to 9,729 in Bosnia and Herzegovina. There were no deaths in Montenegro in the last day, leaving 1,629 people dead.