Aside from all the currently applicable health and safety measures recommended by the Croatian Institute of Public Health, starting from October 12 2020, it is mandatory to wear protective or surgical masks in all enclosed spaces where it is not possible to maintain a distance of 1.5 m. Furthermore, the regulation, which came into force on October 26 2020, stipulates a strict measure regarding physical distancing, with a distance of at least 2 meters indoors and 1.5 meters outdoors. The obligation to use face masks or medical masks outdoors when it is not possible to maintain physical distance was also introduced, as well as the obligation of wearing masks when entering and visiting cemeteries. Details may be found here. (Currently only in Croatian.)
As of, December 5th 2020, penalties were introduced for not wearing or for improper wearing of masks and for non-compliance with other health and safety measures. Fines range from HRK 500 for improper wearing of masks to HRK 10,000 for organizations of private parties and gatherings that have not enforced current measures.
Effective December 12th 2020, new measures for shops and shopping centers takes effect, the measures additionally limits the number of customers or visitors that can be in the store or shopping center at the same time. More information may be found here. (currently only in Croatian)
Additional county-level measures may periodically be implemented and more information on these may be found here (Croatian only)
The UNWTO/IATA introduced “Travel Tracker” as the first global dashboard on Air Travel Restrictions and Health-related Travel Requirements at the destination, including Croatia. The tracker includes data on: Health Indicators (Interactive Map), Current Air Travel Regulations, Destination-specific Restrictions and Health Regulations and may be found here.