PCR tests will no longer be mandatory, and the disease will be able to be proven by rapid antigen testing, which is becoming more relevant and better, Minister Beroš pointed out yesterday as changes related to testing and issuing COVID certificates. Simply put, this means that COVID certificates will be obtained on the basis of a quick test, but which will be valid only in Croatia. "We have the infrastructure. In terms of proving the disease on the referral ...
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OPENEpidemiological measures are being eased: catering facilities can be open until two in the morning
OPENAs of 1 February, new rules for issuing EU digital COVID certificates in force in the Republic of Croatia are in force