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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.
Croatia sees largest rise in coronavirus cases. Prime Minister Plenković announces state will cover 4,000 kuna in salaries for next three months to firms that keep their employees. Basketball federation cancels season, plans reset in the fall.
96 new cases of coronavirus infection. Citizens advised to abide by protective measures to prevent spread of COVID-19. Moratorium on loan payments available as of today.
Zagreb introduces drive-thru coronavirus testing. President pays respects to first victim of the Homeland War. Luka Modrić donates large sum to Zadar hospital.
77 new coronavirus cases confirmed in Croatia. National total stands at 867. SDP proposes twelve month moratorium on loan payments for citizens and companies affected by COVID-19. Government presents legislation for earthquake recovery efforts.
790 Corona virus cases in Croatia. PM meets Zagreb city officials to discuss relief efforts following earthquake. Foreigners on short stay in Croatia called upon to register with police.
Coronavirus cases climb to 790, but curve still linear, experts say. Economy minister says new measures will likely include direct stimulus to businesses that keep their employees. Government and Zagreb officials agree to cooperate on Zagreb earthquake relief.