Company Penalties for Violating Measures in Croatia Can Range from 20,000 to 70,000 kuna

Daniela Rogulj



October 13, 2020 – As of Monday, legal entities in Croatia could also receive fines if they do not comply with the National Headquarters’ decisions. A look at how much violating measures in Croatia could cost companies. reports that Krunoslav Capak says that we have had recommendations so far, but as of Monday, these are decisions that are subject to inspection.

“Chief State Inspector Mikulić also took part in adopting measures and is familiar with the control. Tomorrow (Tuesday), we will decide where the inspectorate will have a big role because it will carry out controls. Now there is a possibility of fining if the inspector finds anything, and it could range from 20-70 thousand kuna for a legal entity,” Capak told Nova TV.

As of Monday, wearing masks is mandatory indoors, except in gyms.

“Gyms are not on the list,” Capak said, noting that they are in communication with representatives of the fitness industry, but have not yet discussed the possibility of wearing masks in gyms.

“It’s not possible to wear a mask during practice, but it could be during your stay on the premises. We haven’t talked about it yet,” he said.

As for the working hours of catering facilities in Zagreb, Capak says that the National Headquarters has not yet received a proposal from the Zagreb Headquarters, but they talked to the caterers and “tomorrow a decision will be made by the National Headquarters which will be valid in all counties.” We should expect this today.

“It’s crowded, a lot of people are riding buses, we asked local headquarters to prepare more frequent bus lines and limit the number of people, and if necessary, the National Headquarters will prescribe measures,” Capak said of the upcoming All Saints’ Day and added that there should be fewer kiosks with flowers and candles in front of the cemetery because crowds form around them as well. 

At the end of the year, the first coronavirus vaccine could be on the market. The Oxford vaccine could be approved very soon, and Croatia is already ready for storage and distribution because it has pre-registered for the vaccine and the European Commission.

“We have prepared storage and operation of the distribution center, the first tranche would be from 200 to 400 thousand doses,” said the director, noting that the flu vaccine is already in Croatia. Vaccination is expected to begin at the end of the week.

“The first tranche is in Croatia and is being distributed, and vaccination is expected at the end of the week,” he said, adding that the first tranche provided 250,000 doses for vulnerable groups.

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