The body temperature of all people who will enter the building of the Croatian Parliament from Monday, October 26, will be measured, the Parliamentary Secretariat announced on Friday.
Body temperatures will be measured by employees of the Parliamentary Guard with a non-contact thermometer.
In case the person has a temperature higher than 37.2 degrees Celsius, the measurement will be repeated. If the temperature is still higher than 37.2 C, the person will not be able to enter the Croatian Parliament, but will be sent home and will need to contact a family doctor, the Parliamentary Secretariat said.
The Croatian Parliament decided on this measure due to the ever worsening epidemiological situation in the country.