The text of the decision is available at connectors. The above decision the working hours of catering facilities from the category of “bars” are limited, such as night clubs, night bars, disco bars, coffee bars, etc., which are allowed to work for a maximum of 24 hours.The deadline for the application of this measure is extended until October 7, 2020. Considering the development of the epidemiological situation and the conducted analysis of the manner of spreading the COVID-19 disease, the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia passed a Decision on the necessary measure of limiting the working hours of catering facilities.
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