Last update: 1.4.2021

This page will contain all rules and regulations of local governments, including travel restrictions, for each Euro Tour event. This page will be updated 30 days, 14 days, 7 days prior to each event and daily thereafter until the current event is over. 

Tournament travel restrictions* local restrictions** postponement probability***
Petzen Open 10 day quarantine (5 with PCR test) link 99%
Pro Forester see below full list link 5%
Tyyni tbd
PCS Sula Open tbd
Estonian Open tbd
Alutaguse Open Postponed
Kokkedal Open Cancelled

* four stages - 1) boarders are closed 2)quarantine required upon arival 2) negative test required to enter 3) borders are open

** three stages - 1) lockdown = tournament can not be hold 2) link = tournament can be hold, but players need to follow local guidance 3) good to go = no restrictions

*** this is subjective current state based on discussions amongst PDGA Europe, TDs, Euro Tour Committee, partners and media 

Pro Forester travel restrictions: 

As of April 1st persons who are citizens of European Union or Schengen area  countries can enter  and stay in Croatia without quarantine if they:
- have a negative PCR or rapid antigen test (not older than 48 hours from testing time until arriving to the border crossing)
- have a vaccination certificate for persons who took 2nd vaccination at least 14 day before arriving to the border crossing (or 1st vaccination if the vaccine is given in a single dose)
- have positive PCR or rapid antigen test that will show a person has recovered of Covid19. This test cannot be older than 180 days at arrival to the border crossing, and must be done at least 11 days prior to the arrival. A certificate made by a doctor proving the same can be used.

This is NOT valid for UK players, but Croatia will probably extend this for UK citizens as well.