Croatia Travel Update – April 19th 2021
Mass Vaccinations for Tourism Workers
The prospect of traveling in Croatia this summer – free of pandemic-induced stress – has taken one step closer to becoming a reality. It was reported last week that the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ) is being passed lists of Croatian nationals working in the tourism sector. Those on the list will be given priority when it comes to COVID-19 vaccinations. The list, which comprises around 70,000 locals, includes those that work in the trade seasonally, including in hotels, bars, and restaurants.
The plan is to have all tourist-facing individuals vaccinated by the beginning of the most popular tourist season. This means that you can visit the finest hotels, dine at authentic restaurants, and enjoy a local beverage at the liveliest bars without a single thought of COVID-19 on your mind.
One of the first countries to prioritize the vaccination of tourist workers, Croatia’s decisions show just how passionate they are about getting things back on track. The Balkan states’ actions are a symbol of just how determined it is to welcome sun-seeking, culture-hungry travelers to its pristine shores once again. Thanks to this, you can begin thinking about the possibility of wandering Dubrovnik’s historic alleyways with the Adriatic sun on your shoulders.
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