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As of July 1, Serbian citizens can no longer enter Croatia without restrictions and the new entry regulations will be in force until at least July 15, according to the official website of the headquarters of Croatian civil protection.
According to this decision, citizens of Serbia can enter Croatia as long as they meet the prescribed epidemiological entry conditions for third-country nationals.
All citizens of Serbia who have been vaccinated with the two doses of any vaccine may enter Croatia without a negative PCR or antigen test, provided that at least 14 days have elapsed since the revaccination, as well as those who have passed the kovid 19 in the period from 11 days to six months before entering Croatia.
Past infection is demonstrated by a positive PCR or antigen test and a medical certificate is recognized for the covid placed 19.
Serbian citizens who have not been vaccinated or who have no evidence of a previous infection may enter Croatia if they present a negative PCR test of no more than 72 hours or a rapid antigen test of no more than 48 hours “Blic” reported.
Children under the age of 12 traveling with a parent or guardian are exempt from the obligation to present a negative test result or personal isolation if the parents or guardians meet the conditions for entry into Croatia.
It should be remembered that citizens of Serbia in the period from June 25 to July 1 could enter Croatia without restrictions, ie entry was allowed under the same conditions as before the measures introduced to prevent the spread of coronavirus.