There will no longer be restrictions on the number of people allowed at events for which COVID certificates are required. Bars and restaurants can stay open until 2 am. Also, pre-school children will not have to self-isolate.
Restrictions will also be relaxed for sporting competitions, cultural events, fairs and other economic and tourism events taking place indoors, as well as religious services.
Speaking at cabinet session, Plenković said the consequences of infection with the Omicron variant were much milder than before, “but we must stay on high alert, the virus is still here and has the gravest consequences on some citizens.”
He added that 70.6% of adults have been vaccinated with at least one dose.
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