Croatia looses quarantine restrictions

Since May 28, 2021, the Croatian authorities have eased quarantine restrictions, allowing restaurants to receive guests on premises and lifting the ban on the sale of alcohol at night.

According to the new rules, up to 100 people can attend public events, and the ban on private gatherings and ceremonies has also been lifted. Public events can now run until 23:00.

The 100 person limit does not apply to religious ceremonies, but a minimum of 4 square meters per person must be provided.

Restaurants and cafes are allowed to serve people indoors, not just on terraces. But establishments that only serve drinks can only operate in open spaces. In addition, the ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages from 23:00 to 6:00 has been lifted.

The work of dance schools, master classes, children’s play rooms and the provision of entertainment in the premises were resumed. The limitation of the maximum number of persons in public transport has been canceled, the obligation to use masks remains. Recall, according to the decision of the Croatian Civil Protection Headquarters, persons traveling to the country with a tourist purpose have the right to enter the country if there is documentary confirmation of payment for the hotel / apartment / camping / private estates / yacht rental, or confirmation of ownership of housing or yacht in Croatia.

In addition to documentary confirmation of the tourist purpose of entering Croatia, you must have one of the documents: a negative PCR test or a rapid antigen test done no later than 48 hours before crossing the border, a vaccination certificate confirming the vaccination of a person against COVID-19 vaccinated with a second dose no later than 14 days before entering Croatia, or confirmation that the person has recovered from COVID-19 within the last 180 days.

Children under 7 years of age are exempt from testing obligation if traveling with parents / guardians who have the above documents.

According to Evropeyskaya Pravda.

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