Croatia Is Removing All Restrictions On July 1st

A vaccine passport system will be used to prevent new COVID-19 outbreaks in the country.

Festivals can soon go ahead in Croatia.

Croatia is a country known for its scenic beauty, but it also has many recreational and party opportunities. These things make it one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, and tourism makes up a large part of its economy.

During the pandemic, tourism was brought to a standstill, but a new announcement means that Croatia can once again welcome holidaymakers. Starting on the 1st of July, tourists can visit the country again, provided that they are either fully vaccinated, have recovered, or may have a negative coronavirus test. This is something that must be proven via the new system of digital vaccination certificates.

Once arriving in Croatia there is promised to be no more restrictions including things like mandatory face masks and social distancing. This means that music events and festivals can also take place in Croatia with the crowd having the freedom to dance and interact with each other.

Nikola Brnjac is Croatia’s Tourism Minister and discussing the removal of restrictions, she said: “It is our duty to create all the conditions for a safe and comfortable trip, as well as predictable holiday planning. In this sense, Croatia is one of the first, if not the first, European destination to already apply broader criteria for tourist visits, the same ones that should soon be applied in the EU.”

Source: WeRaveYou


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