Bar police quarantined members of the Montenegrin army for violating a temporary measure of domestic self-isolation, and a criminal complaint was filed against him.
Police today filed a criminal complaint in Bar against V.T. (46) from Bar, who is commander of the Navy of the Montenegrin Army, said the Montenegrin Police Directorate.
The Police Directorate stated that they would implement the measures of the competent institutions without exception.
According to Montenegrin law, penalties for violating self-isolation and catering facilities can be up to 12 years in prison.
In Montenegro, another 18 new cases of virus coronary diseases have been registered so that a total of 47 people are infected and children are among the patients.
The National Infectious Disease Coordination Team has ordered Tuza citizens to remain unconditionally at their homes tonight after it was determined that out of 18 newly infected, 15 were from that municipality.
Montenegro introduced even stricter measures tonight: banning travel from place to place, shops to work until 6pm, no more than two people together in a public place.
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