Citizens of Croatia cast their votes in the latest presidential election.
Prime Minister Andrej Plenković announces that Croatia will suspend weddings, close cafés and restaurants, and restrict outdoor and public gatherings to 25 people and private gatherings to 10 people between November 28 and December 21 as the country reports a record 4,009 new cases in the past 24 hours.
The Robert Koch Institute declares the Sibenik-Knin and Split-Dalmatia regions in Croatia as COVID-19 high-risk regions, issuing a travel warning against the two regions, which are popular with tourists.
Italian Health Minister Roberto Speranza signs an order requiring anyone arriving from Croatia, Greece, Spain, and Malta to be tested for COVID-19 in an attempt to avoid a spike of new cases in the country. The country is also banning travellers from Colombia over concerns of new infections.
Tens of thousands of protesters meet in the Croatian capital Zagreb's Ban Jelačić Square to express their support for indicted Croatian War of Independence veterans and ask Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor's government to resign.