ZAGREB, July 21 (Hina) – On Tuesday, the Netherlands added Croatia to the group of countries for which the travel advisory is orange, which means that self-quarantine arriving from it is strongly recommended.
“Travellers arriving in the Netherlands from a country or area where an orange or red travel advisory applies for health reasons are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 14 days. This can be done at home or in temporary or holiday accommodation,” says the Dutch government.
The orange travel advisory was also given to Bulgaria, Romania and Sweden.
The Dutch government explains that in Croatia the COVID-19 incidence has increased, and therefore it has been shifted from the yellow to the orange list of countries.