Croats Repatriated from Austria, Italy

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ZAGREB, April 6, 2020 – On Sunday evening, 111 Croatian nationals were repatriated from Tyrol, Austria as well as 22 from Ancona, Italy, the Foreign Ministry said in a press release.

The Croats returned from Tyrol, which is quarantined, in six buses and four cars to the Bregana border crossing, where they were checked by epidemiologists and instructed to self-isolate.

The Foreign Ministry thanked the Austrian authorities for approving the repatriation and said it would continue to work on the repatriation of Croatian nationals who happened to be abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Jadrolinija catamaran docked in the Zadar port with 36 passengers, including 22 Croats, where epidemiologists took swabs, measured their temperature and instructed them to self-isolate for 14 days.

The other passengers were 11 Montenegrin citizens, one Bosnian, one Italian and one French citizen. The Italian and French citizens will stay in Zadar County while the others will be escorted to the border by police.

The repatriation from Ancona was organised by the Croatian government.

More coronavirus news can be found in the Lifestyle section.


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