At the 226th session of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, the Proposed Conclusion of Fr. measures to launch economic and other activities and activities in the conditions of the declared epidemic of COVID-19 disease. Taking into account the current epidemiological situation, in order to initiate economic and other activities and activities with regard to the restrictions introduced following the declared epidemic of COVID19, it is necessary to undertake the following: Enabling the work of all business entities that perform the activity of trade, except those that operate within the shopping centerEnabling the continuation of work for all business entities that perform service activities, except those in which close contact is established with clients, while respecting measures of physical distance (for example, shoemaker, tailor, making keys, travel agency offices, photo studio)Introduction of public urban and suburban transport lines and high-speed lines for islands not connected by ferry lineEnabling the operation of libraries, museums, galleries, antique shops and bookstores Providing training for athletes I. and II. categories in individual sports and senior sports teams that perform in the highest level of competitionEnabling the implementation of the state professional exam for priority groups of students All activities and activities from Phases 1, 2 and 3 can take place only in compliance with all epidemiological measures. Allow gatherings of up to 10 people in one place, while respecting physical distance measuresEnabling the operation of shopping centers, while respecting special epidemiological measuresEnabling the work of preschool institutions and classroom teaching from 1st to 4th grade and special classrooms and work with children with disabilities who have a teaching assistantFacilitating laboratory, artistic and clinical exercises and practical work in small groups in higher educationIntroduction of inter-county transport lines and domestic air transport linesEnabling the operation of catering facilities exclusively on outdoor areas and terracesEnabling the operation of catering facilities in accommodation facilities only for users of accommodation servicesEnabling the operation of national parks and nature parksExpanding the possibilities for issuing e-passes Phase 3 begins on May 11th The measures will be relaxed in three phases: HORIZONTAL MEASURES Phase 1 starts on Monday 27.4. Enabling the operation of the public health system in full, with exceptions in accordance with the measures of the Ministry of HealthEnabling the private health system to operate in full, while respecting special epidemiological measuresEnabling the work of all business entities that perform service activities in which close contact is established with clients, while respecting special epidemiological measures (for example, hairdressers, beauticians, barbers, pedicurists) Phase 2 begins on May 04th Continuation of adherence to all measures of physical distance, the highest standard of hygiene and disinfection of the premisesContinue to comply with the obligation of employers to ensure working conditions in accordance with epidemiological measures and to enable work from home where possible, organize remote meetings and prohibit the arrival at work of workers with body temperature and respiratory syndromesContinuation of the ban on holding public events and large gatheringsMake recommendations and instructions for the use of face masks, protective and medical masksDevelop recommendations and guidelines for the elderly, people with chronic non-communicable diseases and other people with an increased risk of contracting COVID-19 diseaseMake recommendations and instructions on the number and retention of people indoors according to the square footage of the facilityDevelop recommendations and instructions for two-shift work in storesMake recommendations and instructions for carrying out agricultural activitiesDevelop recommendations and instructions for holding the state matura from June 8 to 29, 2020.Make recommendations and instructions for holding religious gatherings from May 2, 2020. The General Staff of Civil Protection of the Republic of Croatia and the Croatian Institute of Public Health will prepare all recommendations and instructions, both for hotels and catering facilities, as well as for all other economic branches.