Monday, 5 July 2021

Introduction of New Measures in Zadar County

July 5th, 2021 - On Monday, the Zadar County Civil Protection Headquarters made a decision, which was confirmed by the National Headquarters, on introducing what are deemed to be necessary new epidemiological measures in Zadar County - a ban on all types of concerts and similar events in open areas.

Jutarnji List reports that the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia, on July 5, 2021, has decided to introduce the necessary epidemiological measure for the area of ​​Zadar County.

The following is being introduced:

The necessary measure in item I of this Decision is: A ban on holding all types of concerts (live music) and similar events in open areas where it is impossible to control the persons present.

The staff of local self-government units is in charge of intensifying compliance with the prescribed epidemiological measures.

The necessary epidemiological measure referred to in this Decision shall be determined until 18 July 2021.

This Decision shall be published in Narodne Novine (Official Gazette) and shall enter into force on 6 July 2021.

Davor Božinović, Chief of the National Headquarters, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of the Interior of the Republic of Croatia, has signed this decision.

According to the Headquarters, the decision will be in force until July 18 this year, and it was made, according to the Headquarters, in agreement at a meeting with representatives of local self-government units in Zadar County.

This decision comes after the COVID-19 outbreak in Zadar County; for the past few weeks, most new cases of infection within the country have come from Zadar County. 

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