Croatia has changed the entry alert for the citizens of a number of states including Ukraine. As Ambassador of Ukraine to the Republic of Croatia Vasyl Kyrylych wrote on Twitter, such decision was taken in late hours of July 10. “Late on July 10, Croatia took a decision on the obligation for third-country nationals, including Ukraine, who enter the Republic of Croatia to undergo 14-day self-isolation. If there is a test for COVID-19 done no later than 48 hours, self-isolation is not needed,” wrote the ambassador.
In turn, the Embassy of Croatia in Ukraine noted on Facebook that third-country nationals entering Croatia for personal urgent reasons (for example, have private property in Croatia) must undergo a mandatory 14-day self-isolation, but it can be reduced to seven days if a person at his own expense will passe a sample of material from a nose and a throat seven days after arriving in the country and will receive a negative PCR-test for SARS-CoV-2.
At the same time, persons entering Croatia for tourist purposes or for training can enter the country without a 14-day self-isolation, but upon presentation of a negative PCR-test for SARS-CoV 2. It is noted that the test should be done not later than 48 hours (counting from the time of taking sample to arrival at the border crossing).
As previously reported, Ukrainians could visit Croatia if a hotel reservation or a guest dwelling are confirmed.