Digital Croatian Coronavirus Documents Available as of 1 June 2021

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, here in Croatia, vaccination against the novel coronavirus is still being carried out with increased intensity, so far almost 1.7 million doses have been administered and more than 1.2 million people or 36.9 percent of the adult population living in Croatia have been vaccinated, Health Minister Vili Beros reported on Thursday.

“This is very encouraging data that gives us reasons for optimism in meeting our goal, which is to vaccinate more than 50 percent of adult residents in Croatia by the end of June,” Beros said at a recent government session.

The number of new infections is also continuing to decline, when compared to the week before, Croatia recorded a drop in newly infected people of 42 percent. Bed occupancy for coronavirus patients in hospitals fell by more than 11 percent in just one single week. The epidemiological situation is getting better week by week due to the vaccination rollout going according to plan,” the minister added.

He announced that due to the favourable epidemiological situation, the further reduction of capacity is expected in KB Dubrava, and part of the medical staff redeployed to that hospital will now return to their own respective healthcare institutions.

Interior Minister and head of the National Civil Protection Directorate Davor Bozinovic reported that new measures against the spread of the novel coronavirus have been adopted at the national level, which came into force today and are being implemented until June the 15th, 2021.

Since the last government session, the Civil Protection Directorate has made five decisions, four at the national level and one at the suggestion of the Istria County Directorate, which included the suspension of workshops, children’s playrooms and indoor entertainment and recreation.

Minister Davor Bozinovic also said that the Croatian national system for issuing the EU Digital Covid Certificate, also referred to as Croatian coronavirus documents, was all ready for June the 1st, and that integration with the EU on this topic had been successfully carried out.

Currently, the ”Covid certificates” issued by Italy, Poland, Austria, Belgium, Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Spain, Lithuania, Romania and Cyprus have been validated.

Everything on that topic has been included in the national border information system, and here in Croatia, Croatian coronavirus documents can be obtained through the eCitizen (eGradjani) portal and via numerous HZZO branches.

Otherwise, inspectors performed more than 20,000 inspections and as many as 201 measures of self-isolation violations were determined.

For all you need to know about coronavirus specific to Croatia, including travel, border and quarantine rules, as well as the locations of vaccination points and testing centres across the country, make sure to bookmark our dedicated COVID-19 section and select your preferred language.


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