Monday, 21 June 2021

Frontline Croatian Covid-19 hospital reopens for regular patients

Written by  Jun 06, 2021

After more than 200 days, the Dubrava Clinical Hospital in Zagreb will again receive patients who are not infected with Covid-19.

The reason for this is the reduction in the number of new cases of Covid-19 across the country, and thus the reduction of pressure on the hospital system. Dubrava was the main hospital for Covid-19 patients in Croatia, so the news that the hospital will once again start to work with regular patients is a positive indication.

There are currently 110 Covid-19 patients in the hospital, 23 of whom are on ventilators. The hospital is re-admitting regular patients on Monday, after 217 days.

Currently, 300 patients have made an appointment and that number will grow. On Friday afternoon, outpatient clinics and diagnostics worked in peripheral institutions and health centres.



The Voice of Dubrovnik


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