Currently there are 1 226 active cases in the country, of which 273 are receiving treatment in hospital. 22 patients are on respirators.
Along with 223 new coronavirus cases, five coronavirus-related deaths have also been reported in the past 24 hours. This brings the nation total of reported deaths to 266 (roughly 0.00006% of the population).
Since the first recorded COVID-19 cases in Croatia, on February 25th, 15 795 coronavirus cases have been registered (roughly 0.0038% of the population). 14 303 have achieved a full recovery, including 192 in the last 24 hours alone.
So far a total of 284 449 tests have been conducted, of which 5 414 in the past 24 hours. Currently there are 8 898 people in self-isolation.
Leading the country in terms of new cases is Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, with 45 new positive test results, 31 from a retirement home in Delnice. The director of the Croatian Institute for Public Health for Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Dr. Vladimir Mićović: "The silver lining here is that for the most part, these are people who are here in the facility, and they're in good condition. They are mobile, some with very, very mild symptoms, the majority are asymptomatic. As we reported yesterday, five people are in hospital, and they are also doing well."
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