December 30, 2020 – Just like everything else in Croatia in the final days of 2020, the rules regarding crossing Croatian borders got changed today.
The police reported today that the rules are changed for those that need to get to and from the areas affected by the earthquake near Petrinja yesterday.
According to the new rules:
– Everyone whose house was damaged in the earthquake, who has had the official self-isolation issued in Croatia, will be allowed to leave Croatia without sanctions. This will mostly impact people from the region who live in the EU or Bosnia.
– Croatian citizens living abroad will be allowed to enter Croatia without a negative PCR test or self-isolation if their houses are damaged or they have family members in the damaged areas, in order to mitigate the damage. Those will have to prove ownership, by presenting deeds or similar documentation.
– Any foreign humanitarian workers bringing help to Croatia will be allowed to enter Croatia without a PCR test or self-isolation, if they can prove it’s really humanitarian aid going to the damaged region. Those will be directed to go to the closest Croatian Red Cross station.