By the decision of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, 8 national parks and 11 nature parks will start operating on Monday, May 11.
Kopački Rit Nature Park
Papuk Nature Park
Brijuni National Park
Northern Velebit National Park
Velebit Nature Park
National Park Plitvice Lakes
Vrana Lake Nature Park
Telašćica Nature Park
Krka National Park
Biokovo Nature Park
Mljet National Park
Lastovo Islands Nature Park
Rules For Park Visitors
Physical distance outdoors: it is necessary to maintain a physical distance of 1.5 meters between people. In doing so, a child's companion and the child do not have to maintain a physical distance. Care should be taken to avoid grouping in one place.
It is recommended to disinfect your hands more often and to avoid touching your face, mouth and eyes with dirty hands.
Adhere to all general and hygienic measures of the CNIPH:
Wash your hands as often as possible, and always, after using the toilet, after cleaning your nose and always when your hands look dirty; you should use warm running tap water and soap to wash your hands, and if this is not possible at a given time, you can also use an alcohol-based disinfectant (at least 60% ethyl alcohol) which should be rubbed well into your palms.
When you cough and sneeze, cover your mouth and nose with an elbow or tissue, which you then throw in the trash can with a lid and wash your hands. When coughing and sneezing, turn your face away from other people.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth, as this way the virus can enter the body.
Wearing a medical mask is mandatory if you have respiratory symptoms. Hand hygiene (washing or disinfection) is mandatory before and after removing the mask from the face.
In order to protect yourself and others, it is recommended to use masks and gloves, especially indoors and in places where a large number of people gather (info point, toilet, etc.).
Avoid shaking hands, hugging and kissing and keep a distance of at least 2m when talking. If you have symptoms of respiratory illness (cough, sneezing, sore throat, fever, shortness of breath): stay home and call the phone (or e-mail) of your chosen doctor.
We recommend that people over the age of 65 and people with chronic noninfectious diseases avoid visiting and entering crowded public areas or places.
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