ZAGREB, 21 July 2021 – The United Kingdom lifted all measures on Monday, but with the number of coronavirus cases growing there, and with more tourists from Britain expected to arrive in Croatia, the Croatian Institute for Public Health has made a new decision today regarding entry into the country.
From 26 July 2021, all travellers into Croatia from the UK will need to produce a negative test, regardless if they have been vaccinated or not.
“Due to the worsening of the epidemiological situation in the United Kingdom, Cyprus and the Russian Federation, as an additional measure for all persons coming from these countries, a negative SARS-CoV-2 test performed in the home country, regardless of vaccination status or recovering from COVID-19, is required before entering the territory of the Republic of Croatia,” the Croatian Institute for Public Health said on Wednesday.
The Croatian Institute for Public Health also made new decisions today regarding travellers from South Africa, Brazil, Zanzibar and India.
Travellers entering Croatia from South Africa, Brazil and Zanzibar will now have to quarantine for 14 days.
“This period can be shortened by a negative PCR test after 7 days,” Croatian Institute for Public Health stated.
“For persons coming from India they must present a negative SARS-CoV-2 test result within 48 hours when crossing the border in the case of a rapid antigen test or within 72 hours in the case of a PCR test, regardless of whether the person has suffered from COVID-19 or has been vaccinated,” the Croatian Institute for Public Health concluded.