The Croatian Tourism Association has created a map of Croatia which shows the most current epidemiological situation in the country by counties and islands.
The map is updated with new data every day, and shows in one place all the key standardised indicators of the epidemiological situation in the country – the daily number of new cases, the incidence per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 and in the last 7 days, the number of active cases and the share of positive cases in the last seven days from testing.
In addition, the map shows key measures related to bars, restaurants and hotels, the working hours and other important measures for tourists such as if masks are mandatory and the situation with public gatherings.
All the data is updated daily for each county, and the epidemiological situation is monitored separately on the larger islands.
In accordance with the epidemiological situation, counties and islands are assigned colours that are defined by the criteria of the European Centre for Disease Prevention – ECDC.
According to the map, Istria and the islands of Cres, Lošinj, Rab, Brač, Korčula and Vis are currently green zones.
Last season, the epidemiological map was reviewed by 750,000 visitors, of which 55 percent were from Germany, followed by Austria and Slovenia, and gave crucial information that prompted them to travel to Croatia.
You can see the map HERE.