Mask wearing and face shields no longer be mandatory at RIT Croatia campuses

April 8, 2022
In line with national recommendations and the current Covid conditions in Croatia, as of Monday, April 11th, mask wearing (including face shields) will no longer be mandatory at RIT Croatia campuses.  Students, faculty and staff, as well as other visitors should keep in mind that the college still requires everyone to check their symptoms daily prior to arriving to campus. Furthermore, RIT Croatia will continue with the current cleaning protocols throughout the semester to ensure the safest possible conditions for our community. Although mask wearing is not mandatory on campuses, we still recommend everyone to practice distancing wherever possible and wear a mask in high density situations, for their own safety.

​We continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis and will inform our stakeholders of any changes on time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact

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