A All visitors from Great Britain, Russia and Cyprus will need the Covit-19 tests for Croatia from next Monday, July 26th.
The move was announced by the state health agency on Wednesday, which justified the decision with the epidemic in those countries.
“Because of the worsening epidemiological situation in the UK, Cyprus and Russia, those coming from these countries will need a negative test, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or have recovered from the disease,” it said in a statement.
With deregulation in the United Kingdom, Croatia expects tourist arrivals from that country to increase in the coming weeks.
Croatia’s economy is heavily dependent on tourism, which accounts for about 20% of GDP.
As of this Wednesday, 191 new cases of Govt-19 infection have been reported, increasing the number of cases at a time.
Under the measures already in place, people from India must be tested, while those from the Zanzibar archipelago in Brazil, South Africa and Tanzania must comply with the 14-day isolation.
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