Germany Takes Croatia off Red COVID List

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Klaus Nielsen: Pexels
Klaus Nielsen: Pexels

As of midnight on Sunday, Croatia will no longer be considered a high-risk but a risk region, the federal institute of epidemiology said.

That means that upon arriving in Germany, travellers from Croatia will not have to go into mandatory ten-day quarantine but produce a negative coronavirus test. Until now they could end quarantine after five days with a negative test.

For those travelling to Germany by plane, a negative test before boarding is still required.

A test is not required for persons who have received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or have recovered from the disease.

However, travellers from Croatia, like all those arriving in Germany from high-risk or risk regions, must register in advance at the German government’s website.

The level of risk has also been reduced for travellers from Slovenia and France. Most countries in Southeast Europe, including Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, were declared risk instead of high-risk regions last week.

For more about Covid-19 in Croatia, follow TCN’s dedicated page.


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