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Covid-19 Croatia: Currently decreasing new corona infections

If one analyses the daily news with regard to COVID-19 infections caused by sars-CoV-2, it sometimes makes the inclined reader smile, despite the serious background, when one reads the results of studies that are actually meant seriously. For example, the Croatian media are currently reporting on a British study which concludes that people who walk at less than 4.8 kilometres...

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Croatia covid-19: Corona numbers rising - mask obligation

As the coronavirus cases caused by Sars-CoV-2 have increased again in Croatia, the National Civil Defence has ordered mandatory masking in supermarkets, hotels and restaurants, for all health sector employees as well as in public transport and hospitals as of 13 July 2020. Rising number of new infections in Croatia For several days, new infections with the Sars-CoV-2 virus have...

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Coronavirus: empty sea in Slovenia - view from Hotel Bernadin

In the course of the corona pandemic, many have focused on Croatia, but the situation in Slovenia, actually only used for transit from Austria to Croatia, has remained largely neglected. The SeaHelp editorial team asked about the current restrictions in the country, whether at least transit is easy and whether work is being done in the marinas. The contradictory situations...

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Croatia plans to open borders after Coronavirus Lockdown already on May 11th - also yacht owners can then go to their yachts

In a speech today, the Croatian Prime Minister presented Plenković in a detailed three-phase plan how he envisages the opening of his country after the lockdown due to the coronavirus SARS-COVID 19. According to initial information, this multi-stage plan envisages that tourist facilities, which apparently also means marinas, will reopen by 11 May at the latest, provided the corona situation...

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Yachts, in the ACI Marina Pula, should always maintain the minimum distance prescribed in coronavirus periods

The real question is, "When can I go back to Croatia?" The SeaHelp editorial team evaluates the news situation regarding the spread of the coronavirus in Croatia on a daily basis and provides information from resilient, reliable sources about the current state of affairs. The numerous SeaHelp members whose ships are based in Croatia naturally have a legitimate interest in...

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