Ban on Sunday trading in Croatia lifted
- by croatiaweek
- in Business
ZAGREB, May 26 (Hina) – The National Civil Protection Authority on Tuesday informed that due to the favourable epidemiological situation, it has recommended lifting the ban on Sunday trading.
“Due to the favourable epidemiological situation, the amendment to the decision on working hours in retail during the COVID-19 epidemic lifts the ban on Sunday trading, while general anti-epidemic measures and special instructions and recommendations by the Croatian Institute for Public Health remain in place,” Croatia’s COVID-19 crisis management team said in a press release.
The authority also amended its decision related to farmers’ markets for the duration of the coronavirus epidemic.
Farmers’ markets are permitted to sell flowers and other products that were sold prior to the restrictions.
0 new cases again
There have been no new cases of the infection with coronavirus in Croatia in the past 24 hours and one more patient, diagnosed with COVID-19, has died bringing the death toll to 101, the National Civil Protection Authority informed on Tuesday.
“The number of new cases in Croatia in the past 24 hours is zero which brings the total number of people infected with coronavirus to 2,244,” the crisis response team informed.
To date, 63,682 have been tested for the virus with 1,260 being tested in the past 24 hours. There are 42 people being treated in hospitals, five of whom are on ventilators.
The total number of people who have recovered from the infection is 2,046, with 11 people recovering in the past 24 hours.