Fifty-seven new cases of the novel coronavirus were recorded in Croatia over the last 24 hours.
There were no virus related fatalities since Saturday, meaning the death toll since the beginning of the crisis is still 113. Of the 93 patients being treated in hospital, four are on ventilators.
Sandra Šikić, the assistant director of the Croatian Public Health Institute, said 328 COVID-19 tests had been conducted since yesterday in Zagreb, resulting in the discovery of 25 new infections.
She said that most new cases - 14 of them - had been traced to previously confirmed cases while others had less certain origins. "We are seeing fewer new infections linked to the city's nightclubs, but what is concerning us now is that we are seeing more and more cases where we cannot determine the source of the infection with any certainty, meaning the epidemiological picture is unclear."
There are 842 active cases of COVID-19 in the country, with some 4,800 people in self-isolation.
Since February 25th, when the first case was recorded in Croatia, there have been 3,151 infections to date, while 2,196 persons have made a full recovery.
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