The Prime Minister of Croatia, Andrej Plenkovic, announced this morning that from March 1 the current Covid-19 restrictions across the country will be slightly eased.
He stated that “Our weekly numbers are falling; they have been reduced almost 11 times. We still have to be careful. We are next to Denmark today with the lowest incidence in the European union. The number of hospitalized people has reduced, as have people in self-isolation. In order to remain responsible, after a series of consultations, the intention is to enable the operation of catering facilities on terraces and open spaces from 1 March.”
So from Monday the terraces of café bars and restaurants across the country will once again be able to open and serve drinks.