Croatian and foreign nationals entering the Republic of Croatia must comply with these recommendations and instructions in the period of 14 days following their crossing of the state border, as follows:
With the appearance of new cases of infection, the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia and the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Istrian County have made recommendations and decisions that are valid on the territory of the Istrian County since June 24, 2020
EU Member states have started to re-open the borders for travel within the Union, and the Commission has launched a website „Re-open EU“ that will offer in real time updated information regarding the travel in Europe. Information are available in all 24 official EU languages.
On April 23, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia presented the Proposal of Conclusion on measures to initiate economic and other activities and activities in the conditions of the declared epidemic of the disease COVID-19.
On the basis of proposals received from county headquarters, the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia adopted the Decision on the abolition of the necessary measure of prohibition of leaving the place of residence and permanent residence for several counties, including the County of Istria .
In order to capture the experiences of students and trainees across Europe regarding the impact of COVID-19 on their mobility experience, the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) has written a research report on the topic: Student Exchanges in Time of Crisis – Research report on the impact of COVID-19 on student ecxhange in Europe .
The Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia approved the request of the County of Istria, several Istrian cities and municipalities, and the Civil Protection Headquarters of the County of Istria to allow citizens to move within the territoryof former Istrian municipalities without issuing a pass.
The Headquarters of the Civil Protection of the Republic of Croatia adopted on 8 April 2020 a decision regulating the special mode of operation of the markets during the duration of the declared epidemic of the disease COVID-19. The decision is valid from April 9th and working hours are from 8:00 to 13:00.
From April 2, 2020 at 7 am , pursuant to an agreement between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the aim of preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus infection, 20 border crossings with Bosnia and Herzegovina for border traffic are suspended.
Due to the current situation arising from the coronavirus outbreak, a certain number of aliens on short-term stay (a stay of maximum 90 days in a period of 180 days) cannot leave the Republic of Croatia within the time limit prescribed by the Schengen Borders Code, for objective reasons.
Ministry od science and education of Croatia has activated crisis teams that provide psychological support and help to all students, teachers and their parents who need help in order to deal with current epidemiological situation.
Dear students, we are sharing with you some very useful documents regarding fear and anxiety we all feel in this epidemiological situation. These materials have been provided within WILLIAM Erasmus+ project , where Juraj Dobrila University of Pula is one of the partners.
This Decision introduces a measure to suspend the operation of (green) markets and all facilities within the markets where other activities are carried out. Measure is active from March 22nd 2020. Supermarkets are open, from 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with reference to the precautionary measures of the Civil Protection Staff.
Public transport of passengers, cargo and vehicles to the islands and the Peljesac peninsula is restricted.
It is prohibited to maintain all regular express lines in coastal liner shipping during the declaration of a coronavirus epidemic in the territory of the Republic of Croatia, except in the case of emergency interventions with the approval of the Civil Protection Staff of the Republic of Croatia.
Given the accelerated spread and increased risk of pre-coronavirus, a 30-day anti-epidemic measure of severely restricting street detention and other measuring points at which more people can move and detain, from the date of the decision.
The Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia, on 21 March 2020, adopts a Decision on the measure of strict restriction of detention on streets and other public places.
This Decision applies to streets, squares, waterfronts, parks and all other public areas where a large number of persons can move and detain.
The Civil Protection Staff and the Police Directorate shall ensure the implementation and supervision of the implementation of the measure referred to in this Decision.
In regards to the COVID-19 pandemic and following our Government’s decision to implement numerous measures in the whole country, we are informing you that UNIPU has suspended face-to-face teaching and closed its campus from Thursday, March, 12.
In accordance with current epidemiological situation with COVID-19, here you can find news and information about current measures and reccomendations from Institute for Public Health of Croatia and National Civil Protection headquarter.