COVID certificates for cafes, restaurants supported by the majority



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November 22, 2021 – Despite recent massive protests against the mandate to use COVID certificates, the use of them to enter restaurants, cafes and other businesses is supported by more than half of the population in a recent poll .

As the number of positive COVID-19 cases and the number of daily deaths continue to rise in Croatia, two parallel realities face each other in the country. On the one hand, the imposition of the use of COVID certificates to enter public institutions and soon private companies has motivated thousands of Croats to get vaccinated in recent weeks. On the other hand, it has sparked a mass movement of thousands of citizens who oppose the measure and demand that the government renounce the restrictions imposed.

Last night in the center of Dnevnik of HTV, a market study – HReiting was published, and one of the research topics was whether citizens support the introduction of COVID certificates to enter cafes and restaurants , reports HrTurizam.

When asked if you support the introduction of COVID certificates for entry to cafes and restaurants, hairdressers, gyms, like other countries, a small majority of respondents support them. To know, 55% of them support the introduction of COVID certificates to enter cafes and restaurants, while 40% of respondents do not. Others don’t know or are not sure, ie. they don’t want to answer.

The survey was conducted from November 15 to 17 with a sample of 1,400 respondents. The largest sample error is +/- 2.62% and the search reliability is 95%.

Croatia has recorded 1,327 new coronavirus cases and 73 COVID-related deaths in the past 24 hours, the national coronavirus response team reported on Monday.

This is the highest number of deaths in a single day during the fourth wave of the pandemic, while the all-time high of 92 deaths was recorded on December 16, 2020.

As of November 21, 3,985,860 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered, with 52.38% of the total population, or 62.54% of the adult population, having been vaccinated. 2,125,514 people received at least one dose, while 1,896,361 were fully vaccinated, or 56.04% of the adult population.

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