The SARS CoV-2 pandemic during 2020 left repercussions on a large number of countries and their economic, health and social systems. National pandemic headquarters tried to limit the spread of the virus which resulted in a reduction of economic activity. The consequence of such measures is an increase in unemployment and the creation of a new paradigm of work. One of the countries affected by the pandemic is the Republic of Croatia. This paper aims to identify the impact of the pandemic on the Republic of Croatia using selected indicators such as economic indicators, population indicators, traffic and mobility indicators and Internet use indicators. The paper is based on secondary research of statistical data and their comparison with other countries. The research identified tourism as most affected sector. The results of the research are the basis for research of a similar type in other countries affected by the pandemic.
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