Coronavirus outbreak

Croatian authorities have introduced new measures aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Since the number of infected people by coronavirus is increasing in Croatia, the measures have been intensified.

Borders are open to Croatian citizens and foreigners, more information is available below, in the section of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.

The laws relating to stay and work of foreigners in Croatia have been amended and under these changes, the validity of stay and work permits for third-country nationals and EEA nationals and members of their families expired at March 11th, 2020 (when the risk of corona epidemic in the Republic of Croatia was declared) is extended for the entire duration of the corona epidemic. New applications for these permits can be submitted within 30 days from the date of the declaration of cessation of the corona epidemic.

Kindergartens and primary schools are open, adhering to measures, as well as museums, libraries, and national parks. The citizens of Croatia are still obliged to act responsibly and abide by the implemented measures.

EURAXESS Centre in Zagreb is still helping foreign researchers and their family members in Croatia and can be contacted via e-mail.

Below you may find more information on dedicated websites to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.


The European Commission has launched the website dedicated to the current situation regarding coronavirus (COVID-19), to coordinate a common European response to the outbreak of COVID-19. This website includes information on the latest developments and actions, useful contacts and links, general advice, statistics, and various other topics of interest for citizens and institutions. Information on the website is regularly updated and the website is available on this link. Also, on the EURAXESS EU PORTAL is possible to find information on coronavirus and the useful links to pages relevant to this topic.

Welcome to EURAXESS in Croatia!

Croatian EURAXESS network is part of a pan-European network established by the European Commission and consisting of almost 600 organizations in more than 40 countries that serve mobile and non-mobile researchers. If you are a researcher, EURAXESS members in Croatia can assist you and your family in every step of your move, starting in your home country and continuing until you have settled in Croatia. This free personalized service is here to remove red tape and make your life easier! 

Furthermore, this webpage provides useful information on life and work in Croatia and offers additional details in your and your family's mobility. Croatian researchers who wish to continue with their research work in Europe and worldwide can also find information and assistance related to research and mobility, including research job vacancies as well as different grants and fellowships.

 We hope you will enjoy your stay and research in Croatia!


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