As of November 25, Croatian prime minister Andrej Plenkovic confirmed there will be a new set of restrictions declared on Thursday, November 26.

As the Croatian media write, the new set of restrictions will be a sort of another lockdown, however in a milder form than one which was declared in March. Additionally, some restrictions may be applied regionally, taking into account the epidemiological situation and the number of newly infected in each of the regions.

As the government's website related to pandemic writes, Croatia has recorded 3.603 of new infections in the last 24 hours, which is the highest number since the start of the pandemic. More than 2000 people are hospitalized due to consequences of the pandemic.

The Croatian government has been trying hard to prevent the second lockdown, but the pandemic forced them to think about introducing the toughest restrictions again.

The new restrictions may refer to closing pubs, restaurants, fitness centres, barbers shops, churches and other non-essential shops, with the expected duration of one month, until Chrismas.

Beautiful towns of Croatia wait for the pandemic to end
Beautiful towns of Croatia wait for the pandemic to end

Zvonimr Peran     2020-12-04

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