Last year, Croatia was considered a safe destination due to its good epidemiological conditions, and many people went on vacation there. Also this year, the country would like to welcome the tourists it has been preparing for since spring.
Croatia recorded a total of more than 316,000 infected people, in the last day, laboratories discovered 2,885 new cases. Curtains must be worn indoors and on public transport. In addition, people have to cover their noses and mouths as 1.5 meters distances cannot be maintained.
Bars and restaurants remain closed and the country is banned from selling alcohol after 10 PM. A full list of restrictions put in place can be found Here. However, the country plans to ease some of the restrictions. This can open outdoor terraces, bars and restaurants to prepare food and drinks. People can pick them up afterwards.
If you are planning a trip to Croatia, it is currently necessary to present a negative test for Coronavirus, which must be no more than 48 hours old. If the passenger has suffered from Coronavirus in the past three months, it is only necessary to provide evidence of illness. Alternatively, people may also be able to demonstrate that they have been vaccinated, at least 14 days after the second dose.
A popular tourist destination can no longer wait for the tourists to return. Coronavirus has been confirmed in more than 320,000 people in the country. Just over 3,000 new cases were added in the past day.
However, strict quarantine measures remain in place in Greece. For example, people are not allowed to move outside of their place of residence from 21:00 to 05:00, and residents can leave their homes during the day only in justified cases.
People have to cover their noses and mouths everywhere, and headscarves are a duty outside. There are only grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, dry cleaners, and repair shops. Restaurants can only function as distribution windows, and hotels are open without catering services.
Before traveling to Greece, it is necessary to fill out and send an official registration form, the so-called Passenger locating form. People wishing to spend their holidays there must prove this by vaccination, confirm the presence of antibodies or test negative for covid-19, which is no more than 72 hours old.
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