Five of the latest cases were registered in Zagreb, while one each are from Karlovac and Rijeka. So far 835 people have been tested for the virus, while 8 464 Croatian nationals are under self-quarantine.
According to the latest update from the National Coronavirus Crisis Center, there are seven new coronavirus cases in Croatia. Speaking at a National Crisis Center press conference Health Minister Vili Beroš said that the national total is now up to 56. Minister Beroš noted that one of the patients from Zagreb is a doctor from the University Hospital Center, but applauded the hospitals timely action in diagnosing the doctor who just returned from abroad.
On a positive note Minister Beroš also noted that four coronavirus patients have achieved a full recovery and will be released home. He once again emphasized the importance of citizens adhering to the center's recommendations and the government measures being implemented. The minister concluded that right now the most important thing is that all of Croatia's coronavirus patients are presenting with only mild symptoms.
Meanwhile, according to the head of the crisis team, Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Affairs Minister Davor Božinović some 184 cases of citizens breaking their self-isolation orders have been reported, with 40 of them being processed by the police. The minister said that police will not hesitate to sanction those who break self-isolation measures, as this represents a clear threat to the entire country.
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