As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the current anti-epidemic measures are set to expire at the end of the month. ”At the beginning of April, we will adopt new measures,” said Minister Davor Bozinovic at today’s press conference of the National Civil Protection Headquarters. It all depends on us as to whether it will be just an extension, whether there will be some more restrictive solutions introduced or whether we’ll be more liberal,” Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic stressed.
Bozinovic confirmed that those who violate the measures will no longer be entitled to financial aid from the state.
“It’s important to look at whether someone is violating the measures and whether or not they’re registered. It doesn’t matter if they only get a warning, which is also a form of sanction, or a misdemeanor warrant has been issued, the National Civil Protection Headquarters will send out a list of all these legal entities and they will no longer be entitled to any support grants,” Minister Davor Bozinovic warned.
As part of the preparations for the upcoming tourist season, he said that tourists who have been vaccinated, who have overcome the disease (and can prove it with a doctor’s certificate of recovery) or have a negative antigen test result will be able to enter the Republic of Croatia.
He also assessed that the regional approach to tightening the current measures is justified due to the preparations for the tourist season because “the EU will assess the incidence in our counties and make decisions for citizens who plan to travel there.”
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