Although there are no infected people in Umag for the time being, similar measures have been adopted there as in Pula, ie all gatherings have been postponed, and all institutions of the City of Umag will not work with parties. The Civil Protection Headquarters of the Istrian County sent a proposal to the National Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia for the temporary suspension of the operation of kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and faculties. Source: City of Pula, City of UmagPhoto: Pixabay All public events, cultural events, public gatherings and sports competitions are postponed in Pula until Tuesday, April 14, and all public facilities and city institutions managed by the City of Pula are temporarily closed. The city administration has also limited the work of catering facilities to 23 pm, and it has also limited the work with parties that call for communication electronically, by mail or by phone. Citizens are urged to adhere to the prescribed hygienic procedures, ie more frequent and thorough hand washing, avoiding contact with eyes, nose and mouth, and the use of hand sanitizers. When sneezing and coughing use wipes, wear a protective mask, if you feel signs and symptoms of fever, inflammation of the respiratory tract, even mild but new ones, contact your doctor for further instructions. After the meeting of Istrian mayors with the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Istrian County, Pula and Umag made decisions on the implementation of stricter measures given the proximity of the border with Italy, where 631 deaths related to coronavirus have been recorded so far.