Croatia to be Removed from Germany’s Red List!

Daniela Rogulj

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Before the big school holiday weekend for the Pentecost begins in Germany, the German Robert Koch Institute should remove Croatia from the list of high-risk countries at 3 pm today. This is great news for Croatian tourism, which could achieve some slightly higher numbers in the next two weeks when Germans traditionally travel, reports Jutarnji List

Judging by what happened this Easter, when Istria, along with Mallorca, was the only country in Europe to be green, and when German tourists flocked to the doors of Istrian hotels, camps, and holiday homes in one day without any announcement, that scenario could be repeated. And in mass numbers because of the nicer weather this time around. 

This means that from Sunday, no quarantine will be required to return to Germany, but only a negative test. Also, those who have been vaccinated and those who have recovered from COVID are already free from quarantine. This is good news for the beginning of this weekend, the Minister of Tourism Nikolina Brnjac said. 

This means that all travel agencies will be working full steam ahead this weekend to be ready for any inquiries as travel moves forward. However, it would have been easier for the tourism sector if we had had a better situation two weeks ago and if this German Institute had removed Croatia from the list of high-risk countries. 

For all you need to know about coronavirus specific to Croatia, including travel, border and quarantine rules, as well as the locations of vaccination points and testing centres up and down the country, make sure to bookmark our dedicated COVID-19 section and choose your preferred language.


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