The director of the Croatian Institute of Emergency Medicine and a member of the National Civil Protection Headquarters Maja Grba Bujevic said on Monday that the National Civil Protection Headquarters will present measures for cases where tourists get the coronavirus, so that everyone knows exactly what to do.
Maja Grba Bujević said that we had relaxed too much - all anti-epidemic measures should continue to be respected because we have not yet gotten rid of the coronavirus.
“The Civil Protection System remains operational, and will react immediately if the slightest breakout appears anywhere. This will protect our population, but also the tourist season,” said Grba Bujević.
“Such treatment will put us in a better position for a possible response to the second wave of the epidemic, if there is one, and epidemiologists and biologists claim that there will be,” she pointed out.
The National Headquarters announced on Monday that no new case of coronavirus infection has been recorded in the last 24 hours, so that the total number of coronavirus cases is 2247.
Assistant Minister of the Interior and Deputy Chief of the headquarters Damir Trut praised the work of all County Civil Protection Headquarters during the epidemic, as well as members of all 23 headquarters with 225 members.
“It is a big system, with over 570 headquarters in the country, 18,000 people in Civil Protection, several tens of thousands of health workers and the police. A stockpile of protective medical equipment has been formed so we are ready for a second wave of infection, if it comes,” said Trut.
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