Zagreb turned dark red last Thursday.
Slovenia, Estonia, and Lithuania are dark red completely, while the most favorable epidemiological situation considering the COVID-19 incidence rates is in the Czech Republic and Poland this week.
The color red means a 14-day incidence of 75-200 cases of the infection with coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants, with the share of positive cases exceeding 4%, and an area where the 14-day incidence is 200-500, while dark red is used to identify areas where the 14-day incidence exceeds 500.
The ECDC map is of a consultative character and some EU countries rely on it when imposing epidemiological restrictions for returning travelers.
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