Great Britain has published a list of safe countries to travel over the summer in the context of a coronavirus pandemic.
Countries such as Spain, Italy, Greece, France, Belgium and Croatia are on the list of 59 countries that pose a lower risk of coronavirus infection and from which entry into England is possible without quarantine, and the rules are valid from 10 July. Upon arrival in England, travelers arriving from these countries, including Croats, will not have to be quarantined, provided that they have not visited other countries on the trip 14 days before arrival. Which means that Croatia is on the "green list" of the English, unlike Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Likewise, British citizens who visit Croatia will not have to go into 14-day self-isolation after their return to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
But some countries are not on the safe list, such as China, the United States, Sweden and Portugal, which means that British visitors returning from travel from those countries will have to undergo a mandatory two-week quarantine.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland pursue an independent health policy and have not abolished the measure of compulsory self-isolation after visiting abroad.
While for some Croatia is on the "green list", for our Slovenian neighbors Croatia is on the "yellow list" and the list of epidemiologically less safe countries due to the daily increase in the number of infected.
Until Hungary does not accepts the EU list of 'safe countries' from COVID 19.
Whatever list Croatia is on, it is hard to resist its beauties, especially during the summer. We invite You to definitely visit Croatia, of course, following all the instructions and measures of the Civil Headquarters and if you are not able to come to Croatia this summer, LiveCamCroatia brings Croatia to Your home!