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Croatian tourism down 45 percent

Christian Fernsby |
In the first 14 days of July, more than 950,000 tourists stayed in Croatia, and achieved more than 6.6 million overnight stays, which is at the level of 55 percent of last year's results, which exceeded estimates, expectations and competition, the Croatian Association of Tourism (HUT) said.

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From the beginning of this year to the middle of July, there were more than 2.6 million tourists in Croatia, who realized 14.3 million overnight stays, of which the most, or 5.1 million, were in private accommodation, followed by campsites with 2.6 million and hotels with 2.1 million overnight stays.

Most foreign guests were from Germany, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Austria and Hungary.

According to HUT data, 786 hotels and 395 campsites are currently open in Croatia, and other facilities and facilities in destinations are opened every day.

There have been 98 new recorded COVID-19 cases in Croatia in the last 24 hours, so 1.192 cases of COVID-19 remain active. 137 people are still hospitalized, with seven patients on ventilator. 1437 people were tested in last 24 hours.

Since February 25th total of 4.137 people infected with coronavirus was recorded in Croatia, 98 in last 24 hours.

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