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Croatia vacation: Everything about the corona incidence, delta variant and the entry rules

2021-07-28T15:17:04.416Z


For the most part, Croatia is not a corona risk area. However, here too, vacationers have to keep an eye on the incidence - and adhere to entry rules.


For the most part, Croatia is not a corona risk area.

However, here too, vacationers have to keep an eye on the incidence - and adhere to entry rules.

This year, many German vacationers are drawn to the beaches of Croatia.

On the one hand, this is due to the low incidence, but also to the fact that for a long time it was quite uncomplicated to enter the country.

The rules have become somewhat stricter in the meantime, but are comparable to the measures taken in other European countries.

Here you can find out what you need to know about the current corona situation and the entry rules.

Corona incidence and delta variant: the current situation in Croatia

The 7-day incidence in Croatia, with a value of around

26.4

(as of July 28), is still well below the limit of 50 - from this point onwards the federal government usually classifies it as a corona risk area.

Nevertheless, at least one area, namely the

Zadar County

, is classified as a risk area * from the point of view of the Robert Koch Institute, because the limit value is exceeded here.

However, there is no travel warning for the other regions of Croatia.

The

global business initiative GISAID puts the

proportion of the delta variant

at 100 percent.

This means that all new infections in the last four weeks came from the delta variant.

As far as vaccinations are concerned, Croatia lags behind Germany - a total of 34.3 percent of the population is fully vaccinated according to John Hopkins University (as of July 27).

These are the current entry rules for Croatia

All travelers from an EU member state must present a valid, digital EU Covid certificate when entering Croatia. This provides proof of a

negative corona test, a full vaccination or recovery from Covid-19

. A PCR test may not be older than 72 hours, while a rapid antigen test may be 48 hours ago. Entry is also permitted after the first vaccination dose if it is from Pfizer or Moderna and is at least 22 to a maximum of 42 days ago or if it is from Astrazeneca and is at least 22 to a maximum of 84 days ago. Those who have recovered, on the other hand, have to prove their past illness with a medical certificate or a positive PCR or antigen test that is a maximum of 270 days and at least 11 days old.

In addition, upon entry, the travelers' contact details are registered for the duration of their stay in Croatia.

In order to avoid long waiting times at the Croatian border, the Foreign Office advises you to save your contact and residence details online in advance.

By car to Croatia: is it possible to transit?

The

transit through Austria and Slovenia

is possible.

When traveling through Austria, there is no need for a digital entry registration or a negative corona test, provided that the country is crossed without a stopover.

A short stop to refuel or to visit the toilet is usually tolerated, as the ADAC informs.

Transit through Slovenia is also possible without conditions, as long as it is completed within twelve hours.

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Croatia vacation: These rules apply locally

Hotels, restaurants and cafes have reopened in Croatia - restaurants can also welcome guests indoors again.

In public transport, in shops and in hospitals as well as in the open air, where the

minimum distance of 1.5 meters

cannot be kept, the

mask requirement applies

.

Anyone who does not observe these must expect a fine.

In addition, only a reduced number of visitors is allowed on public transport and in shops.

According to the Foreign Office, anyone who goes on holiday to the Croatian islands must expect that bridge and ferry connections may be restricted at short notice, so that entering or leaving the islands is not possible.

Apart from that, the corona measures in the individual regions can differ from one another.

So always find out which special rules apply at your holiday destination.

These rules apply when you return to Germany

For the

return from Croatia

to Germany it takes on the current state

no digital immigration registration and no negative test or proof of vaccination or recovery

. Only air travelers are required to present a negative corona test at the place of departure - otherwise they may not be transported. This does not apply to people who have been vaccinated or who have recovered, or to children under six years of age.

However, if you have stayed in the Zadar County, which is considered a

risk

area, you must fill out the digital entry form when entering Germany.

You can end the mandatory ten-day quarantine by submitting a negative test, proof of complete vaccination or proof of recovery from Covid-19 via the entry portal.

(fk) * Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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