In the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, no new cases of coronavirus infection have been recorded in the last 24 hours. Two people made a full recovery - one from Ploče and Vela Luka.
In the last 24 hours, 406 samples were processed, and since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 78,999 samples have been analysed.
Three people tested positive for coronavirus are currently hospitalized in the Dubrovnik General Hospital.
170 people are in self-isolation, and in the last 24 hours there have been two violations of the self-isolation measure (at the border).
“Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it's much more serious than that,” once said the legendary Liverpool FC manager, Bill Shankly.
I get the feeling that every major football tournament recently has featured a match between Croatia and England. It’s like some dark force is against me. Of course, as ever, this leaves me in a no-win situation. In fact, no-win, or in other words a draw, is the only winning result for me.
Sunday is D-Day! 15:00 is “high noon.” Wembley is the “colosseum.”
The Three Lions versus Vatreni! Maybe as not so many fans are allowed in the stadium due to corona they’ll be less pressure and less hype than normal. Although I doubt it. For these derbies I usually turn off my mobile and discount myself from the rest of the world, it seems to be the safest option. I guess I could watch the game from the top of Sniježnica.
According to the betting shops England are the favourites to win, but betting on the result would just make it even more stressful for me. There could be another solution. Maybe we should make a deal before the game.
Croatia already finished in the silver medal position in the last World Cup so don’t really need the sporting success as much as England. The last time we won anything worth winning was in 1966! However, Croatia does need the British tourists, especially Dubrovnik. So let’s make a deal, Croatia let England win and in return Croatia gets removed placed on the green list. That could be a win/win situation (only joking).
To be honest I’m not that excited about this upcoming championship. It could be because of the lack of atmosphere in the stadium or the fact that there seem more important things in the world right now, I don’t know, but I’m certainly not in football fever. Or it could be the fact that the tournament is spread out over 11 different countries, in my opinion that is a bad, bad idea. The then UEFA President, Michel Platini, said in 2012 that the tournament was to be hosted in several nations as a "romantic" one-off event to celebrate the 60th “birthday.” The same man who was banned from football administration for conflict of interests and taking millions of Euros in bribes in 2015. From romance to corruption in only a few years. So thanks to this fraudulent Frenchman this year’s tournament is all over the place, well that’s French organisation for you, there’s even games in that famous European capital, Baku! As the famous Eurovision terms states “Nul Points” for Platini!
But let’s look closer to home, apart from the possible sporting achievements what else could we look forward to? It looks like tourists will be able to follow their national teams in cafés and restaurants as surely the government will hear the calls from business owners for extended opening hours. In many ways this championship could help save these front line businesses, and as the Germans seem to be the most numerous tourists in the country at the moment let’s hope they can get to the finals. We will sell more beer than October Fest!
Remember the buzz around the last World Cup. The red and white squares everywhere, the centre of Zagreb packed as the team had their welcome home and the general positivity that washed over the nation.
Remember those scenes of Kolinda in the rain with Putin and Macron. All that seems a distant memory, but it was literally three years ago. 2020 might have been a year but it felt like a decade. And this is the first major world sporting event since those crazy days in Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod and Kaliningrad.
It is seriously looking like this year’s Summer Olympics will be an embarrassment for the hosts, so let’s hope that this footballing event isn’t a disaster for Europe. My money, and I am not a betting man, is on the Germans to win this year, so roll on Dubrovnik October fest!
And as the former England striker Gary Linekar famously said “Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and at the end, the Germans win.”
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The entire Croatian Adriatic coastline, all seven counties, was removed from the Slovenian "red" list of epidemiologically less safe areas on Thursday, which will ease the conditions under which Slovenian tourists will be able to return home after their vacation.
In addition to the Croatian Adriatic, Germany and the Czech Republic have been removed from the red list, and the government's decision will take effect on Saturday and will last until June 20, when it will be updated again, the Slovenian government announced after the regular session.
Switzerland, the Vatican, Austrian Tyrol, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Poland, Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro were also removed from the red list, while the Portuguese Azores were added to the red list.
A person coming from such an area can enter Slovenia without being sent to quarantine at home if he submits proof that he has been in an area that is not on the red or dark red list for at least five days without entering, the Slovenian government said. Practically, this means that hotel bills, residence certificates, will be valid as proof of residence, as was the case last year at the time of the epidemic.
This first major cruise ship of the season will dock today in Dubrovnik. The mega cruise ship MSC Orchestra will arrive in the Port of Gruz today as the cruise ship season opens.
The cruise ship industry, understandably, was one of the worst hit industries in tourism and news that the first ship will arrive in the city will be met with caution from one side and optimism from the other.
Whilst cruise ship companies have prescribed special protocols for their guests upon arrival at the destination, and the ships limited capacity to about 50 percent, the very thought of spending a longer period of time in a confined space with a large number of people would have a lot of people scrambling for the exits. And it is predicted that the cruise ship industry will be the last to recover from the effects of the pandemic.
So clearly the first visit of a large cruise ship in Dubrovnik will cause waves. The City of Dubrovnik has stated that they have taken all necessary safety measures to make sure that both guests and citizens are safe.
The road to recovery for the cruise ship industry will be long and arduous one.
With the advent of the 1968 - 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL the personal luxury convertible became a thing. The 280 SL is itself an evolution of the earlier 230 and 250 SL. The unusual hardtop shape ensured that the “Pagoda” nickname would stick to the cars collectively. The gentlemen at Mr. Benz had the pleasure of making the acquaintance of a fully restored “old timer” and shared their impressions.
Those versed in Mercedes nomenclature may be aware that the “SL” stands for “Sport Leicht” or “Sports Lightweight”. This is quite a misnomer as the 280 SL is a solid cruiser. The unibody construction featured a first for sports cars: front and rear deformation zones. However it is in the construction of the Pagoda roof that gives this car its nickname. Mr. Bela Barenyi headed the Mercedes-Benz pre-development department back in the day, and the construction of the Pagoda roof is credited to Mr. Barenyi.
While seemingly delicate, the roof was designed to withstand a load of 1000 kg. Bela gave special attention to limiting obstructions in the driver’s field of vision, ensuring that the driver can see clearly from all sides without the pillars intruding. The sturdy construction of the hard top would provide ample rollover protection if needed.
Originally created as a sports coupe/convertible, the huge demand for the 280 SL in the US contributed towards its reputation as a touring car.
“The point with the good old timer cars, for example with this SL 280 Pagoda, is that as soon as you start the engine or start to drive you instantly move back in time. You forget everything. From 2020 it’s like moving back to the ‘70s as soon as you drive it. It’s an unforgettable drive.” Mr. Benz, already missing the Pagoda, revealed that it was raining the entire week of filming. However a few precious hours of sunlight pierced the gloom, allowing the team to experience this classic.
“In these few hours when we drove this car it was full sun, and we had some very nice memories with it. The special thing about this is also as Brabus Classics has restored it, it has zero mileage. It is even better than the car back in the day when it left the factory.”
The six-star restoration is based on the principle of reusing as many original parts as possible. The process starts by disassembling the base car in the workshop, where all parts are inspected and catalogued. Unserviceable components are discarded while other components are reconditioned and restored to mint condition.
Once the bodyshell is stripped of paint and bodywork specialists set to work. Restoration includes corrosion protection.
While the body work is happening the engine is disassembled and all parts are measured. During the rebuilding process will see to the grinding and honing of the cylinders as well as overhauling the cylinder head. The resulting smoothness outperforms the original engine.
Suspension and brake components are replaced with new parts to offer the best safety results. Finally, the in-house upholstery shop adds the finals touches in order to finish the restoration to the finest authentic details.
A Daily Luxury
The Pagoda, despite its classic lines and sporty fierceness, is a practical car. This explains why this luxury sports car became a bestseller in the USA, where it was particularly popular in California. The vehicle inspired such a following that the Mercedes-Benz SL-Club Pagode was formed in 1981.
The club has over 1,600 members in twelve regional clubs. Club chairman, Micheal Lenhardt, effortlessly describes why the Pagoda is still a hit.
“The vehicle body has a timeless elegance without losing its sporty note. In addition to this, the Pagoda is a reliable companion on long journeys as well as in everyday situations.”
The club has a primary goal of restoring and preserving Pagodas in as close to their original condition as possible and has over 1,300 registered vehicles.
In the club chairman’s garage one can find a “...230 Pagoda from 1964 with free-standing spare wheel, occasional bench seat, red leather, white paintwork, rare 5 speed transmission, driven approximately 6,000 to 8,000 km a year. Alongside this, I have a 280 Pagoda from 1970 first hand with 42,000 original km, black leather, ivory paint and original 5 speed transmission, in absolutely original condition.”
The Pagoda has a long legacy of being a timeless, sporty classic and there is little doubt that it will continue to inspire in the years to come.
In the last 24 hours, 184 new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Croatia, and the share of newly infected in the number of tested is 3.39 percent, the Minister of Health, Vili Beroš, reported at a Government session on Thursday.
Speaking about the current situation related to coronavirus, Beros said that the number of infected and hospitalized is falling, 482 people are in hospital, and 48 are on ventilators. Hospitals are gradually reducing their capacity to care for Covid patients and adapting to normal activities and work.
Thus, Dubrava Hospital in Zagreb, as the central point for admission and treatment of Covid patients, started operating on Monday in the polyclinic, day hospital and non-invasive diagnostics, and further normalization of work of that clinical hospital is underway, the minister said.
He also reported that 40.8 percent of the adult population in Croatia has been vaccinated against Covid so far, and more than 616,000 citizens with two doses.
Mobile vaccination teams will visit county areas and stay in smaller towns according to an agreed schedule. This approach, the minister pointed out, is oriented towards rural areas, and the idea is to meet the needs of residents of smaller settlements, far from health care institutions, and reach the doorstep.
"The epidemiological picture is getting better, but it must not blind us. Covid-19 emphasizes how interdependent we all are in successfully fighting the virus, how important it is that we all work together to recover as quickly as possible. The vaccine is the only way to strengthen the immunity and collective security of all citizens,” said Beroš.
No one is safe until we are all safe
He once again called on all citizens, who have not yet, to apply for vaccinations. "No one is safe until we are all safe," he said of the pandemic.
Deputy Prime Minister, Davor Božinović, stated that we are approaching the expiration of the current measures, and that the Headquarters is intensively preparing a decision on the modality of extending these measures until 1 July. "This is the date when the regulations on digital certification at the EU level are expected to enter into force," Bozinovic reminded.
He also noted that the European Parliament yesterday adopted the regulations on the digital certificate, and reached an agreement according to which the members could not impose additional travel restrictions for the holders of these certificates. The Croatian national system has shown full functionality, more than 110,000 citizens have taken their certificate in just nine days, checks are being carried out at border crossings without difficulties and delays, Bozinovic said.
He also stated that about 10,000 EU Covid certificates issued to citizens of Poland, the Czech Republic, Greece, Denmark, Bulgaria, Latvia and Croatia have been successfully validated so far, thus confirming full interoperability between member states.
The World Health Organization, says Bozinovic, has invited Croatia to present the development, implementation and results of Croatia's national system for issuing EU digital Covid certificates.
There Is More To Balkans Than Most People Know
If you like progressive culture, youthful party folks, quaint sleepy towns, enchanting scenery, walk through history, and much more, then look no further than a visit to one of the Balkan cities. Below are some of the most popular cities in the Balkans that you must try to visit.
If you are a beach person, then head over to Jala in Albania for a truly amazing day at the beach. Relax and laze around as you take in this hidden gem of a spot of truly azure seawater. You can enjoy almost a 150 km stretch of sand and cliffs. These are located between the towns of Vlore and Sarande. The area has many nearby spots of picturesque ancient villages. You can see abandoned castles with breathtaking views. You can easily put up a tent as there are a lot of places that allow you to do so.
If you are a Game of Thrones Fan, then you need no encouragement to go to Croatia. Chances are you already have Dubrovnik in mind along with this list of activities and have made an itinerary around it. The southern part of Dubrovnik is unarguably very beautiful. However, if you are looking to skip places that are heavily laden with tourists then Rejika may just be the right place for you. This city is known for its strong Italian influence and one can enjoy spending time with locals in the many outdoor cafes on the boulevard. While in Croatia, don't forget to taste their famous and delicious wines.
The beauty of north Macedonia cannot be underrated. The beautiful Greek and Byzantine ruins, the immensely hospitable local people, and the cheap prices will put you in awe. You can spend endless hours exploring ancient mosques, walking down the local bazaars in the daytime, and on the same day spend the night partying hard in some of the best party scenes ever. Fan of History? Make it a point to see the glorious statue of a great warrior king which is a sight to behold as you look up at its massive size.
Trebinje, Bosnia, and Herzegovina
Having been overlooked by tourists for a long time, this city is now a prime spot for visitors as it boasts of high and mighty mountains. The blend of Mediterranean influence and Byzantine provides a perfect spot for people to feel the cross-cultured togetherness the city has. The blue-green Trebisnjica river situated between the worn-out old town will give you a perfect walk back in history. If you like some adrenaline rush then head over to the Leotar mountains and take a paragliding tour. On a summer night, the whole town turns into one big party festival.
Everyone who has visited Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia has fallen in love with it. If you like to visit old cities, then keep in mind that Belgrade is the oldest city in Europe. You can spend endless hours exploring this vintage city. The Belgrade fortress is another amazing must-see spot. It is set between two rivers, Sava and Danube. It is not only one of the most enchanting fortresses that you will see but is also one of the world’s oldest ones. From visiting an urban jungle, taking a stroll amid 19th Century set up and enjoying the Skadarlija, Belgrade surely has a lot to offer to every visitor. As for those lovers of nightlife, Belgrade will not disappoint you.
Novi Sad, Serbia
Novi Sad is a multi-cultural city in Serbia. It is also the second-largest city in Serbia. There are so many things to see and experience there that you will always have something new to look forward to. Novi Sad in the 18th century during the rule of the Habsburg monarchy was the epicenter of Serbian culture, politics, and social life. This is one of the reasons today this city is rich in culture and very welcoming towards tourists. The Liberty square should not be missed as you get to look at the city hall and the gorgeous catholic church. The Petrovaradin Fortress, opposite the Danube river, is a must-see when you are in Novi Sad.
Sarajevo, Bosnia, and Herzegovina
Along with many interesting and important spots that one can get to see in Sarajevo, it is also the largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the capital city. This gives you an idea of how much you will really enjoy this city. It is often referred to as the European Jerusalem as its multicultural lifestyle dates back to centuries. To feel the true spirit of the East, a walk down the Bascarsija will bring in a world of Sarajevo’s famous artisans. You will get the whiff of the aromatic traditional cuisines as you pass by the galore of restaurants and cafes. You can enjoy the beauty of raw nature when you visit the Vrelo Bosne. There’s one thing you need to know about this beauty, there is always so much to see and o that you will never feel like you have spent enough time there.
Whenever people think of Turkey, the first thoughts that come to mind are rich food, lavish carpets, and unlimited cups of warm red tea. However, Edirne is now referred to as Turkey’s slice of Balkans that is rich in history. Edirne was previously known as Adrianople. A famous spot where major battles of the Hellenistic era were fought. The massive Selimiye mosque from the 16th century is one of the most famous attractions at Edirne. The traditional ottoman culture and architecture can be best explored in this city. Wine lover? Take the wine route also known as the Trakya Bag route to explore dozens of vineyards with each bringing in its own flavors.
Osijek is part of Croatia’s Eastern Slavonian region and is right in the center. While most tourists prefer to go to the Dalmation coast, Osijek is a choice for people who do not want to visit heavy tourist locations. Though this beautiful city has been ravaged by wars as recent as the 90s, it has rebuilt itself back almost completely. Known for its aromatic food which is a blend of Croatian, Serbian, and Hungarian cuisines, it sure will satisfy people will every type of taste buds. The spices found there are well known for their freshness and the best buy for tourists. It also houses some of Croatia’s best wine sources.
Overlooking many beautiful neighboring cities, Ljubljana is often overlooked by many visitors. This city is the capital of Slovenia. It is now vying for the position of one of the most up-and-coming destinations in the world. This is because this city has a constant pulse and bustling in the city center. Walking past the Ljubljianica River, you can see an array of restaurants and cafes calling you out to come to taste some of their delicacies. The beautiful Pink church, Triple Bridge, and the Ljubljana Castle will inspire you to learn more about this city’s rich heritage.
Split brings you to experience the largest and oldest preserved Roman palace in the world. This city is majestically situated on a peninsula on the Adriatic Sea. The famous palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian attracts many people who are interested in history and want to relive it again. You can easily spend a few hours walking around this palace. Right before Split, comes the famously stunning Plitvice Lakes National park. If you have some extra time on hand while you are in Split, head over to this park early in the morning. The wooden path will lead you through the park as if you were walking down an enchanted forest.
This is an ideal destination for someone who wants to take a break from the bustling city life. The small quiet town is in between a river which has many cafes, restaurants, and bars wherein you can sit and relax in the peaceful atmosphere. You will be able to see minarets rising high and many fortresses from a hilltop position. This city is rich in history and culture. At the same time, you will be able to witness how they blend with the younger vibe in every trendy cafe or art studio. If you are a movie buff, you can get tickets to the movie festival that takes place. You will enjoy a beautiful festival along with some nice movies to watch.
If you like to observe amazing architecture, then Kotor is the best city in the Balkan to do so. With splendid mountains surrounding this town, it is a sight to behold. You will just not be able to stop at different heights as you will get different breath-taking views from every point. It also has a pebbled beach wherein you can cool down and relax. As for the food, you will find the mix of Italian and Turkish cuisine and will definitely be spoiled for choices.
The top cities are just a few of the many beautiful spots the Balkans has to offer the world. As it picks pace welcoming tourists, it sure will reveal more gems for people all around to world to come and experience.
In the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, no new cases of coronavirus infection have been recorded in the last 24 hours. Three people made a full recovery - one from Ploče and Opuzen and one person who does not have a residence in the county.
In the last 24 hours, 322 samples were processed, and since the beginning of the pandemic, a total of 77,869 samples have been analysed.
Three people tested positive for coronavirus are currently hospitalized in the Dubrovnik General Hospital.
There are 164 people in self-isolation, and no violation of the self-isolation measure has been recorded in the last 24 hours.
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Over a million users have so far visited the interactive map of Croatia croatiacovid-19.info created by the Croatian Tourism Association (CTA) which shows information on the epidemiological situation in our country by counties and islands.
"The presentation of Croatia by counties has already been accepted by the German Robert Koch Institute, which is very important for the success of the tourist season, motivating tourist workers and the population of the counties to behave responsibly,” stated CTA.
In the last seven days, the map was mostly viewed by users from Germany, followed by the Netherlands, Croatia, Austria, Italy and the Czech Republic, and according to it, Istria and the islands of Rab, Cres, Losinj, Brac, Korcula and Vis have the status of green parts.
The Dubrovnik-Neretva County is yellow on the map, but is also on the verge of turning green. The total number of newly notified Covid-19 cases per 100,000 population in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County over the past 14 days is 26, and over the last 7 days that has fallen to 15. The upper limit to turn green on the map is 25 cases per 100,000 people, meaning that the Dubrovnik-Neretva County will soon be green. The total number of active Covid-19 cases is only 18 across the whole county. Whilst the island of Korcula is green, as there have been zero cases over the past 14 days.