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Coronavirus Croatia: 31 new cases of COVID-19 in Croatia – stable situation

Written by  Apr 23, 2020

The Civil Protection Directorate announced figures on the COVID-19 situation in Croatia at the regular daily press conference and announced that over the past 24 hours there have been 31 new cases of COVID-19.

These 31 newly infected cases brings the total number of cases in Croatia to 1,981 since the coronavirus pandemic began. A total of 50 people have died in Croatia, and there are currently 19 people on respirators, and on a positive note 883 people have recovered.

"The situation is very good and we only do we rate it as good but also other countries rate our situation as positive. However, this is not a reason to celebrate. This is still the height of the pandemic and we cannot say that we have resolved the situation. The relaxation of measures is important for the normalisation of life, but that doesn't mean we need to relax. The situation is good because we all listened to the instructions together. All at-risk groups, older groups, please continue to stay home. About seven to ten days after the first measure is introduced we will be able to see the situation. I believe that we will continue to act smart, and stick to the measures,” said Alemka Markotic, the director of the Infectious Diseases Clinic “Dr. Fran Mihaljević ” in Zagreb.

 

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