Eighty-one new cases of the novel coronavirus were recorded in Croatia over the last 24 hours; with two virus-related fatalities.
The two fatalities since Wednesday raises the death toll since the beginning of the crisis to 110, announced the government's crisis response team, the Civil Protection Directorate.
Of the 84 patients being treated in hospital, three have been placed on ventilators. There are currently 647 active cases of COVID-19 in the country.
Nineteen new infections were recorded in the nation's capital. Zvonimir Šostar, the head of Zagreb's public health institute, said new infections were still being traced to the city's night clubs.
Osijek-Baranja County had the second highest toll, with twenty-four new infections; while forty-four cases were reported across counties in Slavonia.
Istria County saw two new imported cases involving foreign citizens who had arrived in Croatia from the United States.
Health Minister Vili Beroš clarified that Croatia was not experiencing a second wave of the coronavirus since the first wave had yet to finish, preferring instead to refer to it as a second peak.
Since February 25th, when the first case was recorded in Croatia, there have been 2,912 cases of infection to date, while 2,155 persons have made a full recovery.
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