October 1, 2020 – New coronavirus measures were announced today for weddings and funerals in Sibenik-Knin County. A closer look.
Dalmatinski PortalDalmatinski Portal reports that at the proposal of the Civil Protection Headquarters of Sibenik-Knin County, the necessary epidemiological measures for this area are being introduced. Thus, a maximum of 50 people can be present at wedding ceremonies, and they can last up to 2 hours. Exceptionally, up to 100 people may be present at wedding ceremonies. Such ceremonies may be held only on premises that can regularly organize ceremonies for at least 3 times the number of people than will be present at the wedding ceremony.
Funerals may be attended by a maximum of 50 people, and condolences must not be expressed through close contact; in all enclosed spaces where public or economic activities are carried out, and events, cultural or other programs, religious or other social gatherings take place, the use of face masks or medical masks is mandatory.
Residents of homes for the elderly and infirm are prohibited from leaving unless it is conditioned by medical reasons, and visits to mobile users of homes for the elderly and infirm are allowed in the courtyards of the facilities for 30 minutes. Visits to immobile users of homes for the elderly and infirm are allowed in closed homes for 15 minutes, and only one person can visit the user at a time.
Visits are permitted in accordance with a plan established by the director or a person authorized by them, provided that visitors do not have a fever, wear protective masks or face masks and protective gloves, and do not come into direct contact with other users.