ZAGREB, Oct 13 (Hina) – As of Wednesday, hospitality businesses in Croatia will be allowed to stay open from 6 a.m. to midnight, in line with the temporary regulation of opening hours during the coronavirus outbreak, the national COVID-19 crisis response team said on Tuesday.
During the epidemic, the opening hours of cafes and restaurants will be restricted, the team said.
The restrictions apply to all businesses in the hospitality sector and to family-run farms, except for those providing accommodation.
Further restrictions may be imposed by local crisis management teams depending on developments on the ground.
The owners and managers of hospitality businesses are urged to organise their work in accordance with the epidemiological rules and to make sure that their employees and guests comply with the rules.