Croatia eases Covid restrictions

Croatia removed most of its remaining Covid restrictions on Saturday.

A rule requiring mandatory face coverings in indoor spaces was dropped. Mandatory face masks only remain in medical and social care facilities.

Hospitality venues have also been allowed to operate normally without Covid restrictions or curfews.

Limits to the amount of people at public events and gatherings have been relaxed together with capacity restrictions in coaches and public transport, according to the Croatian National Tourist Office.

Travellers from the UK and other non-EU countries are still required to fill in an online form.

They must also present one of the following:

  • Covid certificate (NHS certificate is accepted) time limit 14-270 days from the 2nd dose
  • Proof of booster dose (no time limit on this)
  • Antigen test not older than 24 hours
  • PCR test not older than 72 hours

Travellers can also enter Croatia by providing proof of recovery from Covid, not earlier than 11 days, and not more than 180 days prior to travel, or proof of recovery plus one dose of vaccination not earlier than 11 days, and not more than 270 days prior to travel, according to the tourist office.

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