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On 15 May, the Croatian Institute of Public Health published Recommendations for the Prevention of COVID-19 Disease During Professional Art Performances, Cultural Programs and Events and Recommendations for the Production and Recording of Audiovisual and Music Content During the COVID-19 Disease Epidemic.
The Ministry of Culture announces a public call for the allocation of earmarked funds to artistic professional associations, on the basis of which tax relief is provided for the payment of one-time support to its members, independent professionals in the field of culture and arts, who can prove performing artistic activity.
On the occasion of Europe Day, May 9, 2020, the Minister of Culture Nina Obuljen Koržinek participated in a network seminar co-organised by Europe Nostra and Europeana, with the support of the European Heritage Alliance.
Today at the press conference of the Civil Protection Headquarters it was announced that the Croatian Institute of Public Health will publish recommendations regarding further easing of measures related to rehearsals, cultural programs and events and the organization of recording audiovisual and music content.
The European Commission has announced the launch of a dedicated Creatives Unite platform to allow artists, performers and other stakeholders in the cultural and creative sectors access to information and potential actions during the current COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Minister of Culture dr. Sc. Nina Obuljen Koržinek held a video meeting with the leaders of national festivals in the field of performing arts on the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on this year's events and the adaptation of the program to new conditions.