A case against some of Croatia's COVID-19 restrictions has been communicated to the European Court of Human Rights. In Magdiç v. Croatia, the Applicants question the legality of measures adopted by Croatia to inhibit the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The measures in question: (1) place restrictions on the ability to leave one's domicile and residence except under exceptional conditions and with official permission; (2) prohibit public gatherings of greater than five people; and (3) suspend religious gatherings. The Applicants challenge these measures based on Article 9 (freedom of religion), Article 11 (right of peaceful assembly), and Article 2(1) of Protocol No. 4 (freedom of movement). ILIB will bring more news as it develops.