All of Croatia has remained red on the new epidemiological map of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) except for the capital city of Zagreb, which has turned dark red.
The epidemiological situation in neighbouring Slovenia is not improving either, and the country has remained dark red for the second week in a row.
The COVID-19 situation has worsened in Estonia and Lithuania, while the Czech Republic and Poland have the most favourable epidemiological situation.
Parts of Hungary, Italy, Spain, Denmark and the north of France are green on the new ECDC map.
The colour red means a 14-day incidence of 75-200, with the share of positive cases exceeding 4%, and an area where the 14-day incidence is 200-500, while dark red is used to identify areas where the 14-day incidence exceeds 500.
The ECDC map is of a consultative character but some EU countries rely on it when imposing epidemiological restrictions for returning travellers.