In this chapter, the author first describes legal measures of the Croatian authorities undertaken as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The general decision of the authorities thereof was to combat the threat through amendments to special laws, rather than to invoke constitutional provisions regulating states of emergency. In addition, the author here describes how the Croatian Court responded to those measures in a series of its decisions delivered in September 2020. In the remaining parts of the paper, the author offers a critical evaluation of the Court’s decisions in the ‘corona cases’, arguing that it should have been more active in its reading of constitutional requirements put before state authorities acting in the pandemic.