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Covid measures continue in Croatia - greater use of Covid passports

Written by  The Dubrovnik Times Sep 17, 2021

The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, Davor Bozinović, reported that since the last session of the Government, the National Civil Protection Headquarters has made six new decisions at the national level regarding Covid measures until September 30.

In addition to the three decisions extending the measures related to the obligation to use a protective mask, the operation of shops and the organization of public transport, the headquarters made a decision on the mandatory possession of EU digital covid certificates for census controllers.

The decision on gatherings was also amended, which allowed the holding of fairs and other economic and tourist events indoors, provided that only persons holding covid certificates enter these premises.

Third-country nationals who come to Croatia for tourist reasons will be allowed to enter the country upon presentation of a confirmation of accommodation reservation. They must still possess a negative PCR test result not older than 72 hours.

In the past week, inspectors conducted 16,182 inspections. Due to violations of measures and decisions of the headquarters, they issued two misdemeanour orders, 18 notifications of committing misdemeanours, 10 verbal decisions, 11 indictments were filed and three fines were collected, Božinović reported.


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