Croatia establishes a 14-day quarantine for four Balkan countries, including Kosovo

Croatia establishes a 14-day quarantine for four Balkan countries, including Kosovo
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 Croatia has again set a quarantine for visitors from its four Balkans neighbors after a second wave of coronavirus in the region.

"Travelers from Bosnia, Serbia, Kosovo and North Macedonia will have to be isolated for 14 days after arriving in Croatia. Meanwhile, transit passengers will be excluded," said the Croatian Interior Minister Davor Bozinovic.

In late May, Croatia opened its borders with ten EU countries, including Germany, Austria and Estonia.

The country had recorded little or no new cases since mid-May, but the situation worsened last week, when Croatia began reporting up to 30 new cases with Covid-19 in a day.

Serbia reported 143 new cases on Wednesday, while deciding that the use of masks should be mandatory in public transport.

Bosnia, North Macedonia and Kosovo have also recorded a high number of infections since the beginning of June, with nearly 200 new cases a day in North Macedonia.

In Bosnia, the number of new cases recorded in June composes one-third of all confirmed cases in the country, while in Kosovo, the government warned that it may need to restore some restrictive measures after an increase in the number of infections in the three last weeks.
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