The Croatian Institute for Public Health issued its latest recommendations in the fight against the coronavirus on Thursday.
The key novelty is that restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars, will no longer have to close their doors at eleven PM. The limit on opening for business, which was 6AM in the morning, has also been lifted. The remaining epidemiological measures however, will remain in effect. This includes maintaining a distance of at least one and a half meters between tables, mandatory disinfection of all tables, and patrons can only approach the bar area when ordering.
Bars and cafes are still prohibited from serving bar snacks such as peanuts, and all condiments, such as sugar, salt and sauces will have to be removed from tables. Along with mandatory hand disinfection, closed spaces will have to be regularly ventilated. Servers, cooks and other staff will have to have their temperatures measured before work, while face masks and gloves are recommended.
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