It became apparent over a few days: First at the weekend, Austria classified Croatia as a risk area, then the Bavarian and Baden-Württemberg Prime Ministers called for the Adriatic state to be added to the list of risk areas because of the increased corona outbreaks among those returning from Croatia. But since Croatia did not exceed the limit of 50 cases per 100,000 inhabitants defined by the Robert Koch Institute, the regions around Split and Sibenik have now been declared risk areas. These two "counties", which correspond to the German federal states, are Sibenik-Knin and Split-Dalmatia. There are actually more than 50 cases per 100,000 cases. The Federal Foreign Office has now followed the RKI's definition and formulated a corresponding travel warning. In fact, the cases in Croatia have been increasing fairly steadily since last week, as can be seen on the Croatian Corona website.
The two counties affected
This means that charter crews or owners who return from this sea area must complete a corona test at home and quarantine until the result; alternatively, you can go straight to a 14-day quarantine. Certainly an unpleasant surprise for many returnees from vacation. In fact, the two counties extend far out into the islands. The two districts cover practically the entire coastal area from a line in the north near Vodice, Murter, Zut and the Kornati to far south of Split with the islands of Brac, Hvar and Vis.
Charter crews can now only contact their charter companies and ask whether they may allow the trip to be postponed. Most of the charter contracts do not fall under the travel law, but rather the less favorable tenancy law. In this respect, concessions made by the fleet provider to the customer are usually goodwill.