Covid-19 Situation and Measures Concerning the Filming Industry*

CROATIA|SLOVENIA

Croatia

  1. COVID-19 STATUS
  2. BORDER CROSSING
  3. AIR TRAVEL
    • national flights Zagreb – Split / Dubrovnik resumed on May 11th
    • international flights on the line Zagreb – Frankfurt-Zagreb resumed daily on May 14th
    • Timetable changes are published at www.croatiaairlines.com/important-notice
  4. TRAVEL WITHIN CROATIA
    • Public transportation between cities has resumed on May 11th. This includes all ground transportation, as well as ferry connections to islands
  5. ACCOMMODATION
    • The majority of hotels in Croatia have reopened. Please contact us directly for any assistance.
  6. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL MEASURES / HEALTH MONITORING / RECOMMENDATIONS
    • keeping contact with other people to a minimum
    • keeping contact with other people to a minimum
    • following instructions to reduce the risk of disease transmission
    • avoiding physical contact, e.g. handshaking
    • maintaining a distance of at least 1.5 meters in face-to-face contact
    • often disinfecting of hands,
    • avoiding touching the face with the hands
    • recommendation to wear a face mask outside your home or accommodation
    • body temperature should be measured every morning. If it exceeds 37.2 degrees, it should be taken again after 10 minutes. If the temperature again exceeds 37.2 degrees, the person should stay at home/one’s accommodation and contact the chosen general practitioner, or a competent local epidemiologist.
    • In case of any symptoms of acute respiratory infection (cough, sore throat, high temperature, short breath/difficulty with breathing, loss of smell and taste), it is necessary to stay at home/your accommodation and contact the chosen general practitioner, or a competent local epidemiologist.
    • In case of sudden onset of severe, life-threatening symptoms, the person should contact the emergency medical services
  7. RESUMING OF BUSINESS / SOCIAL ACTIVITIES under precautionary measures
    • shopping centres, stores, restaurants, coffe-shops, hotels, health and beauty salons
    • all public transportation between cities  (planes, trains, buses, ferries)
    • sports venues, gyms, playgrounds, swimming pools and fitness centres
    • cinemas and theaters
    • kindergardens, elementary school up to 4th grade
    • national parks
    • gatherings of up to 300 people indoors and 500 outdoors are permitted, provided that all social distancing and hygiene measures are followed
    • audiovisual production  can resume by following all the recommendations for the production and recording of audiovisual and music content during the COVID-19 disease epidemic. Learn more by downloading The Croatian Institute of Public Health recommendations document.
  8. WORKING REMOTELY
    • PAKT MEDIA has ensured remote filming/viewing/working solutions for those clients who are not able to join us at this moment.

You can also download Recommendations and instructions of the Croatian Institute of Public Health

Slovenia

  1. COVID-19 STATUS as of July 8th
  2. BORDER CROSSING
    • At the moment, no restrictions apply to Slovenian citizens and foreigners with permanent and temporary residence in Slovenia and those that are on the GREEN LIST:
      Austria Greece Malta
      Belgium Ireland Germany
      Cyprus Island Netherlands
      Denmark Italy Norway
      Czech R. (partially) Latvia Slovakia
      Estonia Liechtenstein  Spain

      provided they have not left the EU or the Schengen Area for more than 14 days and are not SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) positive or have typical signs of infection with this virus (high fever, cough, shortness of breath).

    • The list of countries that are able to enter Slovenia without restrictions and quarantine: www.nijz.si/en/list-countries-crossing-national-borders-without-restrictions
    • Travelers from EU that have a proof of confirmed reservation in any tourist facility in Slovenia, that offers accommodation, can enter Slovenia without restrictions.
    • Business travellers from EU that will not leave Slovenia in one day need:
      • a valid form A1 for posted workers,
      • a provision of short-term services by an employer,
      • a negative test on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) not older than 3 days and
      • an address of their accommodation in Slovenia.
    • Travelers from the third countries need to go to a 14-days quarantine.
    • Since the situation is changing on a weekly basis, we recommend to check the latest status before arriving.
  3. AIR TRAVEL
    •  As of May 12th, Airports in Slovenia are open.
    •  Currently, there is no additional screening at airports or other ports of entry.
    • Airlines landing in Slovenia:
      • Lufthansa: every day: LJ – Frankfurt – LJ
      • Brussels Airlines – from August 2nd: LJ – Brussels – LJ (expected to land three times a week)
      • AirFrance – four times a week: LJ – Paris – LJ
      • Transavia – twice a week: LJ – Amsterdam – LJ
      • Wizz Air –twice a week: LJ – Brussels Charleroi – LJ
      • British Airways – from September 1st (expected to land four times a week)
      • EasyJet – from August 3rd: LJ – London Gatwick – LJ (expected twice times a week)
    • Full timetable and other airline flights at Fraport Slovenia: www.fraport-slovenija.si/en/passengers-and-visitors/flight-info/arrivals-and-departures/
  4. TRAVEL WITHIN SLOVENIA
    • Public transportation between cities has resumed on May 11th. This includes all ground transportation.
  5. ACCOMMODATION
    • All hotels no matter the size and number of rooms can resume business as usual, but some hotels still remain closed due to no bookings.

  6. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL MEASURES / HEALTH MONITORING / RECOMMENDATIONS
    • keeping contact with other people to a minimum
    • keeping contact with other people to a minimum
    • following instructions to reduce the risk of disease transmission
    • avoiding physical contact, e.g. handshaking
    • maintaining a distance of at least 1.5 meters in face-to-face contact
    • often disinfecting of hands,
    • avoiding touching the face with the hands
    • recommendation to wear a face mask outside your home or accommodation
    • body temperature should be measured every morning. If it exceeds 37.2 degrees, it should be taken again after 10 minutes. If the temperature again exceeds 37.2 degrees, the person should stay at home/one’s accommodation and contact the chosen general practitioner, or a competent local epidemiologist.
    • In case of any symptoms of acute respiratory infection (cough, sore throat, high temperature, short breath/difficulty with breathing, loss of smell and taste), it is necessary to stay at home/your accommodation and contact the chosen general practitioner, or a competent local epidemiologist.
    • In case of sudden onset of severe, life-threatening symptoms, the person should contact the emergency medical services
  7. RESUMING OF BUSINESS / SOCIAL ACTIVITIES – TIMELINE
    • Reopened/ resumed under precautionary measures
      • gathering up to 10 people on public places
      • shopping centres, stores, restaurants, coffee-shops, health and beauty salons
      • sports venues, playgrounds, national parks
      • all public transportation between cities (planes, trains, buses)
      • kindergartens, elementary schools
      • accommodation in facilities offering spa treatments, wellness and fitness centres, pools and water activities
      • the presence of spectators at sport competitions is again allowed from June 30th on.
    • Still Closed:
      • discotheques and nightclubs

    • AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTION
      • productions may resume, following the relevant official COVID-19 guidelines & recommendations
      • please contact us directly for more detailed and up to date information
  8.  PAKT MEDIA has ensured remote filming/viewing/working solutions for those clients who are not able to join us at this moment.

*The information contained herein is not intended to constitute legal or medical advice or recommendations, and is subject to modification in accordance with the development of the COVID-19 situation in Croatia and Slovenia and the relevant recommendations from the Croatian and Slovenian regulative bodies .

Feel free to check with us for the latest updates!