New rules for the citizens of Serbia and BiH as well
“Everyone who has these certificates will be able to come and enter the Republic of Croatia without any restrictions,” Božinović revealed. “All those who do not have a certificate will have to present a negative test not older than 48 hours, a certificate showing they recovered from COVID-19, or that they have been vaccinated. The news is that people from third countries no longer need to present a special reason for coming to Croatia,” Božinović said, as reported by Index.hr.
This means that from now on, citizens of Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina need to have one of three certificates to enter Croatia – one for vaccination, recovery, or a negative test.
Covid certificates as tickets to events
Božinović also spoke about the use of Covid certificates to enter events.
“As for the use of digital Covid certificates at the national level, their use will apply to clubs, concerts, events, and other manifestations that would gather more than 100 people,” the minister said.
Covid certificates will also be issued at testing sites
“We have an additional novelty, and that is that all testing sites in Croatia, in addition to performing testing, will be able to issue digital Covid certificates. They will be published by HZZO and all its branches on the e-Citizens website. When you come to test, within those 15 minutes, you have to wait; you can get the Covid certificate. This will also be possible for foreign citizens. Anyone can obtain a digital Covid certificate,” said Božinović.
Božinović says that local civil protection headquarters will control traditional gatherings.
“Whoever organizes these events should have an interest in maintaining the tradition, but, on the other hand, not allowing any of these manifestations to become the focus of the coronavirus,” he said.
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