Over the past 24 hours 151 coronavirus cases have been registered in Croatia, bringing the number of active cases to 2,107, and three persons have died, the national COVID response team said on Tuesday.
Currently, 299 patients are hospitalised, including 22 on ventilators, and 8,598 persons are self-isolating.
The death toll has risen to 230.
Since February 25, when the pandemic began in Croatia, 13,749 persons have been infected with the virus and 11,412 have recovered.
To date, 230,585 persons have been tested, including 5,571 in the last 24 hours.
Border crossing regime extended until Sept 30
The national COVID response team has decided to extend the border crossing regime, introduced in mid-July, until September 30.
Border crossing restrictions apply mainly to third-country nationals, whereas EU and Schengen Area citizens can freely cross the border.
A number of categories of third-country nationals can also cross the border and they can check the Interior Ministry website for all the relevant information.