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40 new coronavirus cases confirmed in the last 24 hours. Prime Minister says measures will slowly be relaxed, but only in line with expert recommendations. EC official says commission is preparing additional measures for COVID-19 response.
Coronavirus cases increase to 1222. Farmers' markets could reopen on Tuesday. Firefighters battle blaze on the island of Korčula.
Croatia reports three more coronavirus deaths and 56 new cases. Palm Sunday services held in empty churches as worshippers followed along on TV, radio, and social media. Croats living abroad and planning to visit warned they will have to self-quarantine for 14 days.
Croatia's coronavirus infection growth remains linear. Foreign Ministry tells Croats working abroad not to come to Croatia. Masses celebrating Palm Sunday held without believers in attendance.
Four more coronavirus related deaths in 24 hours. Finance minister calls for efficiency and rationality as crisis deepens. Police plead with people to avoid large groups as sunny weather returns.
COVID-19 death toll rises to 12. Health Minister stays spread of coronavirus is still linear. Countries call on IMF for assistance. Tourism sector sees dramatic downturn as coronavirus freezes global economy.
1079 coronavirus cases in Croatia. Coronavirus task force urges the youth to abide by prevention guidelines. Government presents package to bolster Croatian economy.
Coronavirus cases rise by 68 to 1079, fatalities to 8. Lawmakers debate economic aid package. EU foreign ministers say bloc needs to do more to fight misinformation and disinformation about the coronavirus.
Number of new coronavirus cases down from Wednesday. Government adopts measures to bolster economy during the pandemic. EC presents new measures aimed at helping member states weather economic consequences of the coronavirus crisis.
Croatia records half as many new COVID-19 cases as previous day. Parliament to vote on latest economic measures on Tuesday. Government postpones purchase of fighter jets.