Holiday trips to all of Croatia are again discouraged by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The country has changed from yellow to orange in the travel advice.
The infection rate of the coronavirus has increased in the popular holiday destination, the ministry said. “Only travel to Croatia if necessary.” Holiday trips are not included.
Travel advice # Croatia: Currently, the infection rate of the corona virus has increased in Croatia. The color code of the country has therefore been adjusted from ‘yellow’ to ‘orange’. Travel to Croatia only if necessary.
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In recent weeks, travel advice for various popular holiday countries in Europe has already been tightened from yellow to orange. The orange travel advice now applies in addition to Croatia in a number of popular holiday countries, including Ireland, Sweden, Bulgaria and in certain regions of Spain and Portugal.
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Dutch people who return from holiday in an ‘orange’ area are urgently asked to quarantine for two weeks when they return home.
ANP / Editorial