Istria is again ahead of everyone, and it will surely and fastest recover, when the day after the coronavirus comes. In order to better coordinate, plan and make faster decisions in Istria, a special commission for tourism has been established. Nada Prodan Mraković, Head of the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County, has been appointed Secretary of the Commission, since the professional and administrative tasks for the Commission will be performed by the mentioned Administrative Department. Thus, by the decision of the Deputy Prefect of the County of Istria, Fabrizija Radina, the Commission for Tourism of the County of Istria was established today in 2020, as an expert and advisory body of the County. The Commission will coordinate the public and private sectors in taking measures and activities aimed at obtaining maximum results in saving the tourist season. Furthermore, it will design measures, activities and projects of marketing activities towards the most important emitting markets of the County of Istria, and if necessary, perform other tasks entrusted to it by the County Prefect. Prefect Fabrizio Radin was appointed President of the Commission, and the following members were appointed: Boris Miletić, Mayor of the City of Pula and a representative of all local self-government units in the County of Istria; Veljko Ostojic, director of the Croatian Tourism Association and a representative of hoteliers and camping tourism; Boris Žgomba, President of the Association of Travel Agencies at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce; Marijan Ritossa, a representative of small family hotels and private accommodation; Sean Lisjak, President of the Marina Association at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce; Denis Ivošević, Director of the Istria County Tourist Board; Valter Flego, former prefect of Istria County and current member of the European Parliament; Ivan Jakovčić, former County Prefect of Istria and former Member of the European Parliament; Anton Kliman, former Minister of Tourism and current member of the Croatian Parliament and Darko Lorencin, former Minister of Tourism. The Commission will coordinate its activities related to the tourist season in the Istrian County with the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Istrian County, pointing out the Istrian County and adding that it will propose measures to the Government of the Republic of Croatia and municipalities to support entrepreneurs with the aim of maintaining activities and retaining existing jobs. The Commission has the task of actively monitoring and analyzing the epidemiological situation caused by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Istria, the Republic of Croatia and the main emitting markets of Istria and its implications for the tourist season in Istria.