Daily Telegraph: UK Flights to Croatia without Quarantine from July 6, 2020

By 2 July 2020

July 2, 2020 - After weeks of discussion about air bridges, The Daily Telegraph reports that UK flights to Croatia without quarantine are about to start. 

After months of lockdown, it seems that Summer is finally here for the Brits. In addition to the pubs reopening on July 4, The Daily Telegraph reports that no less than 75 destinations will be open for travel for Brits, without the need to self-isolate for 14 days on return. 

According to The Telegraph, the official list will be published on Thursday or Friday - and it will include Croatia:

The UK’s rate of 8.5 per 100,000 places it ninth behind Luxembourg, Serbia, Ukraine, Romania, the Czech Republic and Croatia, according to a Daily Telegraph analysis of official coronavirus data. 

Sources however, confirmed Croatia, a popular tourist destination for Britons, would be on the list of 75 as would Turkey, which has a higher rate of 9.7.

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The Netherlands - as of July 21, Croatia is placed on the "Orange" list by the Dutch government, which means that both the Croatian nationals and the Dutch nationals returning to the Netherlands from Croatia are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 14 days.