Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Northern Macedonia will not be able to enter Croatia without 14-day self-isolation, even when they have a fresh negative test for coronavirus or PCR test, Klix.ba news portal reports.
This was the response of the Minister of Health of Croatia, Vilija Beros: “We are monitoring the epidemiological situation in neighboring countries and we have applied certain measures. Self-isolation is justified. I think I cannot enter with a negative test because it does not mean that you will be negative tomorrow,” Beros told Dnevnik Nova TV.
Apart from the brief decision, the Croatian institutions did not publish a more detailed statement regarding the information on mandatory self-isolation for the citizens of the four countries, so some officials gave statements to the media, giving very brief information.