Dear fellow citizens, dear visitors,
Zadar Tourist Board is diligently and responsibly monitoring the situation and advice of the competent institutions pertaining to public safety and health. If you are traveling to or currently staying in the Republic of Croatia, you can find basic information and advice about the coronavirus on this website.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO KNOW:
If you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, you are experiencing fever and upper respiratory system issues (sudden onset of at least one of the following symptoms: coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath), please dial the following mobile number of the the epidemiologist on duty in Zadar for further information: +385 (0)98 332 765
Foreign citizens who come from areas with the established or localized transmission of the novel coronavirus and want to enter Croatian territory must spend two weeks in quarantine. Croatian citizens who come from these areas must spend an equal time in self-isolation.
Mobile number of the epidemiological service of the Zadar County Institute of Public Health: +386 (0) 98 332 765
Tourist information for Europe: European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
Coronavirus protection measures in Croatia: https://vlada.gov.hr/coronavirus-protection-measures/28950
WE ALL KNOW HOW IT IS TRANSMITTED, BUT IT CAN ONLY DO GOOD TO SAY IT AGAIN:
Disease is caused by the new COVID-19 coronavirus (SARS — CoV-2)
Handshakes are considered close contact for the spread of droplet-transmitted diseases, therefore it is recommended that people refrain from shaking hands, as the risk of potential transmission of COVID-19 and other diseases that are similarly transmitted is reduced in such a way.
It is recommended for health facilities and healthcare professionals that the provision of medical tourism services (provision of medical services to persons who arrive from outside of Croatian territory, such as dental services, health spa services, etc.) to persons who come from the affected areas is postponed in the following month´s period in order to prevent the risk of possible spread of COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) from the affected areas.