Important contacts and sources of information regarding the spread of the coronavirus in Croatia

Categories: News | COVID-19 | Croatia

Tags: News | COVID-19 | Croatia

If you are currently in Croatia, here is the list of the important contacts and sources of information regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Government of the Republic of Croatia has launched the website with updated information on current situation in Croatia related to coronavirus. The website includes important information, contacts and news.

The Civil Protection Directorate (website available only in croatian version) has established a new phone number for citizen calls related to coronavirus cases: number 113.

Inquiries regarding the monitoring of the new coronavirus status in Croatia can also be sent to the e-mail address: stozercz@mup.hr.

Croatian Institute of Public Health is open every working day from 8am to 10pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am to 2pm and is also available on the following phone numbers: 091 468 30 32 or 099 468 30 01. Citizens are asked to contact the Croatian Institute of Public Health by telephone, not SMS, because of their current workload.

Croatian network of public health institutes has created the list which includes addresses and telephone numbers of the Public Health Institutes of each county.

Contacts of the emergency clinics in the City of Zagreb, working 24 hours per day, are available on this link.

The City of Zagreb has opened a free phone line, which is available to citizens 24 hours a day. On the following phone line all relevant coronavirus information can be obtained: 0800 9999.