The epidemiological situation in Croatia is constantly improving, also confirmed by the Robert Koch Institute

June, 8

The epidemiological situation in Croatia is constantly improving. 

On the map, most of the Croatian counties, among them the destinations D-Marina, Zadar County and Šibenik-Knin County, are marked in yellow.

Let us remind that on the above-mentioned map, counties are assigned colors as defined by the criteria of the European Center for Disease Prevention – ECDC. The map is updated on a daily basis. In addition to epidemiological data, it also provides information on key measures on county and national level.

Additional proof of the constantly improving situation in Croatia has been provided by the German Robert Koch Institute that removed as many as six Croatian counties from the list of risk-areas. This means that all travelers traveling from these parts of Croatia to Germany are no more obligated to send a digital pre-registration, to submit a negative PCR test or to stay in self-isolation.

A negative PCR test is still obligatory for entry into Germany by air. Persons arriving from other parts of Croatia still need to adhere to the rules applied to travelers from risk-areas, which means digital pre-registration, negative test when entering the land or mandatory quarantine until presentation of a negative PCR test upon arrival in Germany.