Travel agencies are now collecting data on Dutch tourists holidaying in Croatia as the country places Croatia on its ‘orange list’ following a surge in new cases of infection with the new coronavirus.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 22nd of July, 2020, Dutch nationals spending their holidays in Croatia are now being advised to return to their country immediately, and everyone else has been warned against travel, being told that they should travel to Croatia only if it is absolutely necessary. Upon their return to the Netherlands, fourteen-day isolation is strongly recommended, according to a report from Večernji list.
The Dutch foreign ministry has, as stated, issued an orange warning for the Republic of Croatia over the deteriorating epidemiological situation and the increase in coronavirus infections. Travel agencies are now collecting data on Dutch tourists currently staying in Croatia, and the ANVR sector association estimates that there are thousands of them.
Those tourists who have paid for package deals will be returned to the Netherlands by the responsible travel agencies with whom said deals were booked.