Croatia re-opened after COVID-19
Croatia re-opened it's borders after COVID-19 on May 10th and since that time, as Minister of Internal Affairs Davor Bozinovic reported, over 132,000 foreign citizens and almost 146,000 Croatians entered Croatia. The visitors mostly come by cars. On the border they need to present a proof of ownership for their real estate or ownership/leasing of a vessel or a business invitation from a Croatian company to attend a business meeting. Even the tourists may come if they have a confirmation of a hotel/camping booking. Answers by Ministry of Internal Affairs for the the most frequently asked questions can be found here: mup.gov.hr/uzg-covid/286210 You can choose English, German or Croatian language to get replies.
Medical confirmations of no COVID-19 infection are not required, no 14-days quarantine introduced. “Business as usual”, “tourism as usual” is back to Croatia except for social distancing requirements, like 1,5-2 meters space between people in supermarkets, restaurants, bars. Hotels have undertaken special disinfection measures to guarantee 100% COVID-free accomodation.
General concern is how re-opening effected dynamics of COVID-19 in Croatia. The country performs quite good: by May 22d it has the total of 2,237 infected and 97 deaths, Only 3-5 people are registered as infected every day since border opening, so there was no upward tendency in pandemic in Croatia after re-openning. These figures make the government quite enthusiatic about the prospects of the tourist season in Croatia.
You are welcome to come to Croatia, one of the COVID-cleanest countries in Europe!