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Aladrović: Law will be changed to facilitate foster careThe Minister of Family and Social Policy, Josip Aladrović, on Tuesday announced amendments to the Foster Care Act to facilitate foster care for children. 06.04.2021. | News
Children security is the most important priority. We should focus on individual responsibility and preventionPrime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Tuesday the responsibility was individual in the case of a girl of two and a half who died as a result of severe injuries suspected to have been inflicted by the mother. 06.04.2021. | News
42% more infections week on week, hospitals increasing COVID bedsWeek on week there is a 42% increase in coronavirus cases in Croatia, so hospitals are again expanding COVID wards and everything is ready to again utilise Zagreb's Arena sports hall for treatment if necessary, the national COVID-19 response team told the press on Friday. 02.04.2021. | News
Croatia to receive additional 747,000 Pfizer doses by end-JuneCroatia will receive an additional 747,000 doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine by the beginning of summer, making up for the shortage due to AstraZeneca's slower production and distribution, the government said on Thursday. 01.04.2021. | News
Reforms precondition for money from Recovery and Resilience FacilityIn order to obtain money from the EU Recovery and Resilience Facility, Croatia must implement reforms because the money will not be given unconditionally or without any criteria, PM Andrej Plenković told reporters on Thursday, presenting a summary of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. 01.04.2021. | News
Minister relatively satisfied with 2020 tourism revenueTourism Minister Nikolina Brnjac said on Wednesday Croatia could be relatively satisfied with the 2020 tourism revenue given that there was 64.2% fewer tourists than in the record year 2019, while revenue in travel and tourism dropped 54.3%. 31.03.2021. | News
New coronavirus restrictions to be in force until 15 AprilThe national coronavirus crisis management team on Wednesday announced new epidemiological restrictions to be in force until 15 April, including a ban on indoor training, restrictions on the work of children playrooms and a temporary ban and restriction of cross-border travel. 31.03.2021. | News
Malenica: Đurđević agreed on two occasions to be candidate in unlawful procedureMinister of Justice and Administration Ivan Malenica said on Thursday that President Zoran Milanović's recommendation for Supreme Court president, Zlata Đurđević, had twice agreed to be a candidate in an unlawful procedure which he considers to be disrespect for Croatian laws. 25.03.2021. | News
Božinović: Inspectors will not be checking on private gatherings during EasterThe head of the national COVID-19 response team, Interior Minister Davor Božinović, said on Thursday that inspectors should not be expected to check on private gatherings during the Easter holidays, calling on citizens to observe the restrictions in place. 25.03.2021. | News
Croatia's coronavirus update: 1,673 new cases, 10 deaths, 856 recoveriesIn the last 24 hours, Croatia has performed 8,396 tests for coronavirus and 1,673 of them, or 20%, have returned positive, the national COVID-19 crisis management team reported on Thursday. 25.03.2021. | News