Croatia Latest Country To Allow Vaccinated Tourists Without Testing
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Croatia Latest Country To Allow Vaccinated Tourists Without Testing

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Ayah A.
Ayah A. Apr 7, 2021

Fully vaccinated travelers are now able to skip the COVID-19 test and 10-day quarantine when visiting Croatia, announced the country’s Ministry of the Interior.

This applies to individuals from anywhere in the world who have received the required dosage of the vaccine a minimum of 14 days before departing for Croatia.

Unvaccinated Americans can visit Croatia if they are able to show they have arrangements to stay at a hotel or other lodging facility in the country, and that it has been prepaid in full.

They will also be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test result no more than 48 hours old. Both PCR and antigen tests are accepted, however tourists who show an antigen test result and plan to stay in the country for more than ten days will have to take another test within ten days.

Travelers can also opt to test once they arrive, but they will have to quarantine in their room while awaiting their test results.

Like vaccinated tourists, travelers who show proof of having had and recovered in full from COVID-19 in the past six months can also avoid having to test or observe a quarantine upon entering the country.

All Americans, regardless of vaccination status, will still need to show a negative COVID-19 test result from within 72 hours of their flight home in order to be able to board the plane and gain entry back into the U.S. However, they no longer have to quarantine, as per the CDC’s most recent guidelines.

Related: Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Travel Internationally Without Testing, CDC Says