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Croatia relaxing more measures: Gyms, coffee to go, foreign language schools, betting shops to open as of 15 Feb

Most hospitality establishments in Zagreb will not defy ban and reopen on 1 Feb

Cafes to be able to sell coffee to go (Photo credit: HINA/ Damir SENÈAR)

ZAGREB, 11 February (Hina) – Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Thursday that fitness centres would be reopened as of 15 February, foreign language schools and workshops would reopen their doors to children, and also betting shops would be covered by the relaxation of measures as of mid-February.

Plenković said at the beginning of his cabinet’s meeting today that the epidemiological developments had been analysed and that epidemiologists, the COVID-19 crisis management team and government members agreed that some signals of easing anti-epidemic restrictions could be sent, provided that a great degree of caution was still exercised.

“There is no room for large-scale relaxation,” he underscored.

Restaurateurs will be allowed to provide coffee to go as of 15 February, the premier said adding that the grants to offset losses caused by restrictions would be applied for the whole of February.

Fitness and gym facilities can reopen their doors to clients provided that epidemiological measures are adhered to.

Betting facilities will be able to restart doing business with the restrictions concerning food and beverages provision.

Information in greater detail will be given by the COVID-19 crisis management team on Friday.

New decisions on restrictions and relaxations can be expected on 1 March.

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