Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Sunday met with the Health Ministry's coronavirus crisis management team, who informed him of the measures that had been undertaken so far and plans for preventing the spread of the novel virus, a government press release said.
Also discussed was the current situation regarding the spread of the coronavirus in neighbouring Italy.
Earlier on Sunday, Health Minister Vili Beros confirmed that two patients admitted to the clinical hospital centre in Rijeka were not infected with the virus. The patients are an Italian national and a Croatian woman from the northern coastal resort town of Rovinj who has visited Padua, and both are in good condition.
There are no cases of the coronavirus infection in Croatia, the Croatian Public Health Institute said on Sunday.
To date, 18 people have undergone laboratory tests and all were negative.
According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), 78,833 people worldwide have tested positive for the infection and 2,463 have died.
In Europe, 121 people are currently infected.