July 10, the Croatian Institute of Health decided to change the conditions for entering the territory of Croatia for the Ukrainian citizens. The press service of the Ukrainian Embassy in Croatia reported this on Facebook.
In particular, for Ukrainians who travel for personal urgent reasons, a 14-day self-isolation remains mandatory. It can be reduced to a week if a citizen, at his own expense passes the PCR test and it shows negative results seven days after arriving in Croatia.
Citizens who enter the country for business and tourism purposes can be allowed without a 14-day self-isolation if they provide a negative result of the PCR test, made no earlier than 48 hours before crossing the border.
As of early July 10, 52,043 cases of Covid-19 were observed in Ukraine. The number of newly observed cases made 819.
Since the epidemic reached Ukraine, 1,345 people died from coronavirus in Ukraine, 18 of these passed away over the last 24 hours. 24,800 people recovered since the beginning of the pandemic; that's 1,016 people per day - actually, the record number.
Most of the cases are observed in Kyiv (118), the Zakarpattya region (112), and the Lviv region (82).
The rate of coronavirus spread across the world is still hastening, and most of the countries don't have control over it yet. The Guardian wrote this, quoting Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the leader of the World Healthcare Organization (WHO).
"In most of the world, the virus is not under control. It is getting worse. 11.8+m cases of Covid-19 have now been reported to WHO. More than 544,000 lives have been lost. The pandemic is still accelerating. The total number of cases has doubled in the last six weeks," the official said.