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Covid cases continue to surge, especially in the capital. Zagreb to switch to faster testing method to meet demand. Public health officials urge public to social distance during All Saints Day activities.
2,772 new coronavirus cases in Croatia. Healthcare workers protest at Dubrava Clinical Hospital. Renovated Vukovar water tower opens to public.
Boost in coronavirus testing leads to new infection record. Government establishes post-earthquake reconstruction fund. Dinamo Zagreb ties CSKA Moscow in Europa League action.
2,776 new coronavirus cases in Croatia. Government adopts budget revision. Dinamo legend Slaven Zambata passes away at age of 80.
Croatia reports 23 deaths from the coronavirus, the highest single day death toll so far. Split-Dalmatia County breaks record in new covid cases. National Bank Governor says economic projections are more optimistic now than in spring.
Coronavirus infections approach daily record. Health minister says new lockdown would not yield results. Finance minister discusses pay raise delay with public sector unions.
Active coronavirus cases in Croatia amount to less than 0.003% of the population. Health Minister Vili Beroš mobilizes entire health system as new coronavirus measures take effect. MPs scheduled to discuss government's proposed 2021 budget next week.
Croatia sees four-digit daily increase in Covid-19 cases. Health minister calls for total mobilization of healthcare system. Russian foreign minister cancels visit to Zagreb.
Number of new coronavirus cases in Croatia down by almost 1600 since Sunday. National football team coach Zlatko Dalić releases his short-list of players for Croatia's upcoming Nations League games. Borna Ćorić advances to the second round of the ATO tournament in Vienna, Austria.
Coronavirus cases drop significantly since yesterday. New restrictive measures to begin at midnight. Croatian MEP named deputy chair of European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee.