The team’s head Davor Božinović told a press conference that the new decision means patrons can be served on terraces from 6 am to 10 pm but only on open terraces and barriers on terraces need to be removed to allow the air to circulate.
The distance between tables needs to be at least 3 metres which will enable guests to sit at a distance between each other of at least 1.5 metres.
Music will not be allowed so guests do not have to speak loudly above the music and spread aerosol which increases the chance of infection.
Entry into premises is only allowed to visit the bathroom and patrons are obliged then to wear masks.
Indoor sports training will be allowed but without contact between athletes, and gyms have to be ventilated regularly and at least 20 square metres per person must be ensured.
Masks are mandatory on entering and exiting gyms and a record must be kept of attendance.
Dressing rooms and showers are not to be used but if necessary then only two people at a time.
Other rules previously introduced for shopping centres, transport and border crossings remain in force.
The head of the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ), Krunoslav Capak said that there was talk of allowing open-air fairs to be held and that will be one of the next decisions to come.
Health Minister Vili Beroš underscores that the epidemiological situation is uncertain and citizens’ behaviour must not relax if measures have been. He called on citizens to get vaccinated.