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- IMPORTANT! From April 9, 2022, masks are not mandatory, nor is the EU COVID certificate for entry into the Republic of Croatia
- The Republic of Croatia is not an area of high risk of coronavirus infection
- 71% of the adult population is vaccinated
Since the epidemiological situation in the Republic of Croatia is much more favorable compared to the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022, the National Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia has decided to abolish most restrictions against coronavirus infection. The decision is based on the fact that the consequences of the infectious disease coronavirus no longer have a significant impact on the population and public health at the national level and that the health system is no longer burdened as it was a few months ago. Find out all the latest news related to coronavirus and look at the most important sources of the competent authorities, where you can get the most accurate information in a timely manner.
In addition to vaccination, wearing masks is one of the most important epidemiological restrictions that significantly reduces the transmission of coronavirus among the population. In the Republic of Croatia, the vaccination coverage of the population is 71% in the adult population, almost 60% of the total population. With great recovery numbers and vaccination percentage, and the continuous decline of new covid cases, it was concluded that the acquired immunity of the population and the epidemiological situation allow the abolition of most of the introduced restrictions.
New decision regarding the restriction of entry into the Republic of Croatia
From May 1, 2022, there is no longer a ban on entering the Republic of Croatia, regardless of which countries and for what reasons you enter the Republic of Croatia. Persons entering the Republic of Croatia from the European Union, as well as third-country nationals no longer need to have an EU COVID certificate.
New decision regarding the use of medical masks in the Republic of Croatia
From April 9, 2022, the obligation to wear medical masks indoors is abolished, but their use is still recommended. The use of masks remains mandatory for employees and patients of the public and private health care system, social care institutions for the elderly and people with disabilities. The recommendation of the National Civil Protection Headquarters still remains to wear medical masks when there is a large number of people indoors.
Tabular view of travel information to the Republic of Croatia
|Tourist entry possible||Yes|
|Entry requirement for EU citizens||Free entry without EU COVID certificate, without PCR or BAT test, without medical certificate of illness overcome|
|Entry requirement for third-country nationals||Free entry without EU COVID certificate, without PCR or BAT test, without medical certificate of illness overcome|
We will continue to promptly monitor the epidemiological situation, the abolition and introduction of restrictions and publish all important information on our site in a timely manner.