Mitigation measures for indoor and outdoor gatherings

  The National Staff issued six new decisions, which mitigated the measures for gatherings indoors and outdoors, and abolished the obligatory t ...


1. March 2022.
The National Headquarters issued six new decisions, which relaxed measures for indoor and outdoor gatherings, and abolished mandatory testing and covid certificates for entry into the premises of public bodies.
Decisions relating to public transport, the operation of shops and shopping centers, the use of face masks and medical masks and the crossing of border crossings of the Republic of Croatia have been extended until 31 March 2022.

The Decision on Assemblies slightly mitigated certain measures restricting gatherings:

  • it is possible to gather a larger number of people in open spaces (100 instead of 50 people)

  • it is possible to gather a larger number of people indoors (50 instead of 25 people) the conditions for holding permitted gatherings in open and closed spaces, which are held with the possession of EU digital COVID certificates, have been relaxed. Until now, they could only be held with the consent of the local headquarters, and from tomorrow that consent will no longer be needed. In addition to easing the conditions for such gatherings, this will relieve the local staff a little so that they can be more engaged in the new refugee crisis.

  • for competitions held in the presence of spectators with EU digital COVID certificates, the restrictions on the maximum number of spectators are abolished or reduced (for outdoor competitions there will be no more restrictions, and for indoor competitions 50% of stands are allowed instead of 20%).

In addition, the decision introducing security measures of mandatory testing for SARS-CoV-2 virus, ie mandatory presentation of evidence on testing, vaccination or overcoming COVID-19 disease as a condition for entering the premises of public legal bodies will cease to be valid as of tomorrow. how, given the level of immunity of the population acquired through vaccination and illness and the relatively short stay of parties in public bodies, there is no longer a serious danger that would jeopardize the functioning of state and public services due to COVID-19.

As already mentioned, the implementation of the decision is extended until the end of March, but there is also the possibility of earlier changes, if the positive development of the epidemiological situation continues.

All new decisions are on link.

1.149 new cases in the past 24 hours, 1.535 doses of vaccine consumed

In the last 24 hours, 1.149 new cases of SARS-CoV-2 virus infection were recorded, and the number of active cases in Croatia today is a total of 10.888.

Among them, 1.266 patients are in hospital, of which 91 are on respirators. 32 people died.

Since February 25, 2020, when the first case of infection was recorded in Croatia, a total of 1.055.943 people infected with the new coronavirus have been recorded, of which 15.101 died, a total of 1.029.954 recovered, of which 2.133 in the last 24 hours.

There are currently 8.055 people in self-isolation. To date, a total of 4.519.621 people have been tested, of which 5.675 in the last 24 hours.

As of February 28.2.2022, 5.195.726. 56,84 doses of vaccine were consumed in 67,62, and 28.2.2022% of the total population and 1.535% of the adult population were vaccinated. On 318. 28.2.2022 doses of vaccine were consumed in 2.306.861, of which 2.230.083 persons were vaccinated with the first dose. As of February 2.029.781, 200.302. 65,50 people were vaccinated with at least one dose, of which XNUMX people were vaccinated (XNUMX people vaccinated with two doses and XNUMX people vaccinated with Jannsen vaccine), which is XNUMX% of the adult population.



1. March 2022.