To make sure all the relevant tourist information are readily available to you, we have made a list of the most important and updated sources of information about the current COVID-19 situation.
The website of the Croatian Ministry of the Interior contains answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning one’s entry into Croatia.
To provide timely and correct information about the number of COVID-19 cases in specific regions in Croatia, the Croatian Tourism Association (HUT) has launched a website, www.croatiacovid19.info, with regularly updated data.
At the same time, this website offers information on locations and contacts of all the COVID-19 testing centers in Croatia.
As for travel-related information, please check out the following website: Idete na put? (Are You Going On A Trip?). Moreover, here you can find information about the latest travel restrictions in Croatia and other European countries.
The decisions of the of the Civil Protection Headquarters concerning the prevention of the spread of the new coronavirus infection are available here.
a) ŠIBENIK-KNIN COUNTY – clinics and phone numbers
● Šibenik, Prilaz tvornici 37 (building of the TEF Clinic, right across from the football stadium and former Metalac Bowling Alley), +385 91 2275 110, open 24/7
● Drniš, Josipa Kosora 16, +385 22 888 980 (Internal Medicine Clinic, operates as part of the Community Health Center but in a separate building), open 24/7
● Knin, Kneza Ivaniša Nelipića 1, + 385 22 664 041, open 24/7
● Institute of Public Health for the Šibenik-Knin County: +385 91 441 201
b) ZADAR COUNTY – phone numbers
● Citizens can call the Headquarters’ hotline at +38523 350-318 (business hours: 8 AM – 10 PM) or the mental health hotline at +38523 393-447.
● Institute of Public Health for the Zadar County: +385 98 332 765
To comply with the relevant decision, which has been in effect since July 13, and achieve better protection, the authorities have adopted a measure that has made wearing a protective or surgical mask mandatory on public transport, and in healthcare institutions, shops, bars, and restaurants.
There is also a mobile app, Stop COVID-19, which informs its users about being in contact with a person suspected of having COVID-19. The app will help you make the right decision in case you develop any symptoms, and allow you to provide the epidemiologists with clear and accurate information on your exposure. The app is based on the Google/Apple Exposure Notification system and requires explicit user consent, which can be withdrawn at any time. Moreover, the app is completely voluntary to download and use, and the users are fully in control of the data they are willing to share.
Feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.