Traveling to Europehas just become a lot more difficult for Americans, especially those who aren’t vaccinated.
Following the EU’s removal of the U.S. off its safe travel list on Aug. 30, citing an increase in COVID-19 cases, European Union member states have tightened entry criteria. Since then, new travel restrictions have sprung up all over the continent, ranging from quarantine and testing requirements to outright bans.
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However, rare exceptions exist, such as Croatia. Travelers having a negative coronavirus test result, proof of recovery, or a certificate of immunization can enter Croatia, according to the US Embassy‘s website.
There is no necessity for vaccination, however if a traveler decides to enter with proof of immunization, the certificate must be no more than 270 days old.
A PCR test that is no more than 72 hours old or an approved fast antigen test that is no more than 48 hours old.
Travelers who do not have a negative coronavirus test, immunization certificate, or proof of recovery must self-isolate for ten days or until a negative test result is received.
Masks are essential in enclosed rooms and open spaces where people cannot maintain a physical distance of at least 5 feet.
Travelers can expedite the entry process by filling out the Enter Croatia web form ahead of time.
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