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All of Croatia has been on the ECDC's "green list" for travel two weeks in a row

Written by
Lara Rasin

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) provides weekly maps in support of the European Council's recommendation for a coordinated approach to travel measures in the EU.

Croatia has been listed as safe and green for travel for the past two weeks.

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As of July 1, Croatia remains in the green, meaning it has had a <4% positivity rate for COVID-19 over the past week. ECDC data also informs that less than 50 cases were reported over the 14 days per 100,000 people in Croatia. The country's testing rates per 100,000 inhabitants are between 300 and 2500. 

A country is marked "green" by the ECDC if:

- the 14-day notification rate is less than 50 and the test positivity rate is less than 4%; or
- the 14-day notification rate is less than 75 and the test positivity rate less than 1%

For more weekly updates, follow the designated ECDC website here.

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