Croatia, since late April, has been registering only one or two COVID-19 cases per day. The Croatian government continues to ease social distancing measures that were previously implemented and borders are now open for international visitors. Public transportation is back on track, including air, land and rail travel as well as boat connections for the islands.
However, organizers of IUAES2020 Congress are aware that many countries in the world are still racing to slow the spread of the virus by testing and treating patients, carrying out contact tracing, limiting travel, quarantining citizens, and cancelling large gatherings such as sporting events, concerts, and schools.

The COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two. Since its emergence in Asia late last year, the virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica. Scientists are doing everything to find a solution to this world problem and countries are going through hard times coping with this “new normal” situation. We are in an uncharted territory, but we’ll get through this, hopefully, soon.

The organizers of IUAES2020 closely monitor the development of the situation and we will update you timely with information about COVID-19 in Croatia.

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