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Vaccination in Istria

Vaccination of tourists in Istria

[Updated: 02/06/2023]

All persons who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19, and who find themselves in the territory of the Region of Istria, can be vaccinated on the basis of a public invitation and during vaccination agree to receive a second and booster dose.

Vaccination is free of charge and is performed without a previously scheduled appointment according to the current schedule.
The schedule includes: location + date + hours + available vaccine types
Children over the age of 12 can be vaccinated at all vaccination points.

Vaccination dates in the Region of Istria:

Monthly schedule: 05.06. - 02.07. [pdf]

Required documents:
» For citizens of the Republic of Croatia: ID card and health insurance card
» For EU citizens: ID card or passport
» for other citizens: passport

Types of vaccines:
Pfizer, Moderna, Janssen (J&J)

Vaccination sites in Istria:
Pula       NZZJZ Istarske županije, Address: Nazorova 23
Buzet     NZZJZ Istarske županije, Address: Goričica 1
Labin     NZZJZ Istarske županije, Address: Sv. Mikule 2
Pazin     NZZJZ Istarske županije, Address: J. Dobrile 1
Poreč    NZZJZ Istarske županije, Address: M. Gioseffi 2
Rovinj   NZZJZ Istarske županije, Address: D. Pergolis 10

Vaccination with a second dose
Booster dose
To receive a second dose of the vaccine or a booster dose with an identity card/passport, you must also provide a certificate of previous vaccination.

A vaccination certificate
can be taken from any pharmacies in Istria » list of pharmacies in Croatia
• for EU citizens - an EU digital COVID certificate (EUDCC) is issued
• for citizens of other countries - a Vaccination certificate is issued

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