As of February 11, 2021, the Croatian government has decided to ease down some of the previously imposed restrictions. Starting with February 15, the following business are allowed to reopen:

  • bookmakers and casinos
  • "coffee to go" selling spots
  • gyms
  • foreign language schools and children's workshops

However, coffee bars and restaurants will not be allowed to work, even those with outdoor space. The fear of new strains of coronavirus has affected the government's desire to ease down more of the restrictions. But if the positive trend continues, there is a chance that bars and restaurants will be operational again in early March.

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We still need to wait for restaurants reopening
We still need to wait for restaurants reopening

Zvonimr Peran     2021-02-11

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