58 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, 288 people hospitalized

There have been 58 new recorded COVID-19 cases in Croatia in the last 24 hours, so 597 cases of COVID-19 remain active. 288 people are still hospitalized, with 25 patients on ventilator. In the last 24 hours, 122 people recovered, while 4.340 were tested.

Since February 25th total of 359.173 people infected with coronavirus was recorded in Croatia, 58 in the last 24 hours.

350.402 people recovered, 122 in the past 24 hours. So far 8.174 people passed away.

So far 2.110.485 people have been tested.


Instructions for crossing the state border are available here.  

From 13th of July, face masks or medical masks are required for: 
  • employees of health care institutions and persons visiting patients, if visits are allowed
  • drivers, other employees in public transport vehicles and public transport passengers
  • trade employees and customers during their stay in stores
  • employees in hospitality business who are in contact with guests or participate in serving and preparing meals and beverages 
  • other persons bound to do so by special instructions and recommendations of the Croatian Institute of public Health
In accordance with the current epidemiological situation, from Friday the 10th of July, all organizers of gatherings attended by more than a hundred participants must fulfill specific measures. Organizers who expect more than a hundred participants at the gathering are obliged to submit a notification to the 112 County Center no later than 48 hours before the planned start. Organizers who have registered a gathering in accordance with the Public Gathering Act are not required to submit this notice. Also, all organizers of gatherings with more than a hundred participants are required to keep written records of participants, so that in case it is established that one of the participants was infected with SARS-CoV-2 virus, it could more effectively prevent the spread of the disease. Control over the implementation, as well as compliance with the recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health, will be carried out by teams composed of civil protection inspectors and police officers.

We remind you that the best defense against this virus is to maintain personal hygiene, sanitize and keep social distance. 

Businesses allowed to operate have to comply with the measures given by the Croatian Institute for Public Health, which you can find in the latest news section.

Remember: the best protection is to follow all given prevention measures and to avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

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