Croatia also is going to accept fully vaccinated travellers from any country will now be able to travel to without the need to get tested or self-isolate upon arrival, according to the government, becoming the latest country to welcome tourists who have received the jab.
According to Croatia’s Ministry of the Interior Travelers who have passed their 14 days of receiving both doses of a two-dose vaccine or even just the one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine shall be exempt from having to show a negative test.
By the order of the U.S. Embassy in Croatia. Nevertheless, Americans still have to show proof of a paid accommodation in a hotel, camp, private rental, or rented vessel. A reservation is not sufficient and must be paid beforehand.
Croatia which is known for its limestone cliffs, dazzling beaches, and Game of Thrones filming locations, welcomes tourists who are not vaccinated as well.
But then again requires them to get tested before landing. These travellers need to show a negative PCR or rapid antigen COVID-19 test taken within 48 hours of arriving. Proof of having contracted COVID-19 and recovered within the last six months is also authorized.
The test will need to be repeated within 10 days if travellers arrive with a negative rapid test and stay longer than 10 days. Children under 7 years old with a parent or guardian are exempt also.
Otherwise, travellers should get tested upon arrival but must self-isolate until the results are ready.
On the other hand, U.S. tourists who visit Croatia are required to get tested within three days of boarding a flight back to America. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorses travellers to get tested again when they arrive home and quarantine for seven days.
Croatia is the latest country to welcome vaccinated tourists, exempting them from quarantine or testing requirements, as tourists are beginning to come.