County civil protection headquarters throughout the country have not reported any new cases of coronavirus infection for now. However, the virus has taken another victim from a home for the elderly in Korpivnica, bringing the death toll in Croatia to 100.
The National Civil Protection Headquarters reiterated yesterday that adhering to all adopted measures is of key importance because preventing the spread of the virus can only be done through responsible behavior.
According to the headquarters' latest official data, during the weekend there was only one newly infected person in Croatia from Zagreb County. Considering the favorable epidemiological situation, a new phase of easing restrictive measures will begin tomorrow.
“For now we have tested a total of 61,482 people, 618 of which were in the last 24 hours. Six patients are on respirators, the total number of recovered is 2,027 and the total number of deaths for now is 99. Now we will continue with relaxing measures, this time concerning sports, competitions without spectators will begin. As of the 27th sports competitions will be allowed, but without spectators. We have allowed the restaurant sector to hold banquets, business banquets and parties, all of that will begin as of the 27th. We are preparing an epidemiological framework for the elections which the state election commission will announce during the week,” said the head of the Croatian Institute of Public Health Krunoslav Capak.
Good news arrived from several county civil protection headquarters this morning, there are no new cases of coronavirus infection in Istra, Virovitica-Podravina, Požega-Slavonia, Lika-Senj, Bjelovar-Bilogorje, Vukovar-Srijem, Osijek-Baranja, Zadar, Primorje-Gorski Kotar, Zagreb and Šibenik-Knin counties.
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