Bernard Cic, head of the Department of Infectious Epidemiology at the Croatian Institute of Public Health (HZJZ), said on Wednesday that Croatia will not impose Covid-19 restrictive measures on Chinese travelers entering the country.
“Since we do not see mandatory inspections as an effective way to prevent entry of Kovid-19 variants into the country, we do not intend to implement mandatory inspections unless it is required of all member states of the European Union”.
Croatia will not follow the lead of some Western European countries that have introduced COVID-19 restrictive measures for Chinese travellers, Kaic said, noting that the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) finds it “unfair” and unnecessary to impose mandatory checks on travelers arriving from China. China. China withdrew.
“It is not so important that a Chinese passenger infected with Covid-19 enters Croatia, because the COVID-19 virus is already present in Croatia and throughout the European Union,” Kaic said.
Stating that Croatia sincerely welcomes Chinese tourists, Kaic said, “We are looking forward to their arrival, and there is no obstacle for that.”
“We warmly welcome Chinese tourists, as they are our valued guests,” said Kristian Stanić, Chairman of the Croatian National Tourism Board (CNTB). He said CNTB will do its best to facilitate Chinese tourists’ entry and stay in Croatia.
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