Interactive Map of Croatian Coronavirus Testing Locations Published

Lauren Simmonds

August the 25th, 2020 – Croatia has been forced out of its draconian comfort zone and been made to go digital as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. At the height of the pandemic, even the likes of Fina and MUP, who appear to have a strange fetish for making people line up in airless rooms with numbers in their hands, offered online services much like the rest of the world in the 21st century.

As testing for the new coronavirus is ramped up across the country, an interactive map which offers all the information a potential testee might desire has now been published.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 24th of August, 2020, the National Civil Protection Headquarters has published a list of all centres located across the Republic of Croatia where coronavirus testing can be done, and while that is great, talented Croatian computer scientist Vladimir Vince has created an interactive map with a clear overview of testing sites, addresses and contact information.

“The source for the sites is the Croatian Government’s official website for timely coronavirus information, except in cases where the sites aren’t available on the official site but have been independently verified. In this case, the source is the website or information phone line of the institution. This map is for informational purposes only and we can’t guarantee the accuracy of the data; we still recommend that you contact the test centres yourself even when ordering a test isn’t mandatory,” it is stated on the new page

On the interactive map, you can find an overview of locations where you can get a PCR test for the new coronavirus across Croatia, with detailed information about addresses, contact information and opening/operation hours.

By clicking on a particular location, you will also receive information on whether you need to make an order for the test, whether a referral is required, whether there is a drive-in option, how long you’ll likely wait and similar details. In addition, it is clearly indicated whether or not a particular location is listed on the official website of the Government so as to avoid confusion, N1 reported.

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