The organization of an international go tournament in times of pandemics is extremely sensitive affair. Therefore, the organizers shall take all measures necessary to timely inform participants and visitors about the current situation related to Covid-19. The playing site is organized in a way that all go activities will be organized in an open space with natural ventilation. The rooms shall host people living and travelling together.
The following map shows the Covid-19 situation in different regions of Croatia: https://www.croatiacovid19.info/
Foreign citizens coming to Croatia should fill the form available on the following webpage: Form “Enter Croatia”. Currently, the citizens from “green” zones of European Union countries can enter Croatia without any restrictions. The “green” zones are explained and mapped here every Tuesday: ECDC map of EU “green” zones
Foreign citizens coming to Croatia should fill the form available on the following webpage: Form “Enter Croatia”. Aside from usual information (travelling document, destination and schedule), travelers from countries outside aforementioned “green” zones in European Union countries should posses one of the following certificates:
- Negative PCR test (the PCR test must not be older than 48 hours from the time of testing until arrival at the border crossing),
- Negative Rapid Antigen Test – BAT. (The BAT test must be listed in the Joint List of Rapid Antigen Tests Recognized by the Member States of the European Union, published by the European Commission. The BAT test must not be older than 48 hours from the time of testing until arrival at the border crossing. If you stay in the Republic of Croatia for more than 10 days, no later than 10 days after the issuance of the BAT test, you are obliged to be tested again by PCR or BAT test in the place of residence.
- Vaccination certificate which is recognized for persons who received a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine more than 14 days ago. Exceptionally, in the case of a single-dose vaccine, an acknowledgment of receipt of a single dose is recognized if the dose was received more than 14 days before the date of crossing the state border.
- A positive PCR or positive rapid antigen test (BAT), that isn’t older than 180 days, and is older than 11 days from the date of arrival at the border. This proves that you have recovered from COVID-19. In the case of a BAT test, it must be listed in the Joint List of Rapid Antigen Tests Mutually Recognized by the Member States of the European Union, published by the European Commission.
- Certificate of recovery issued by a doctor.
World Health Organization / Europe summarized how to stay healthy while travelling:
- observing hand and respiratory hygiene and maintaining a safe distance from any sick persons;
- searching for information through official channels;
- avoiding stigmatization and discrimination of other people based on their origin.