ZAGREB, April 20 (Hina) – Ten new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Croatia in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number to 1,881, and there have been no deaths since Sunday, the National Civil Protection Directorate said on Monday.
“In the past 24 hours in Croatia, we have 10 new cases diagnosed with the COVID-19 infection, which brings the total number to 1,881 patients,” Health Minister Vili Beros told a press conference.
At the moment there are 771 people who have recovered from the disease, which means that the current number of people infected stands at 1,110, Beros said.
A total of 25,610 people have been tested, with 1,424 tested in the past 24 hours.
Beros said that no-one had died of coronavirus since Sunday and that the total death toll remained at 47.
He explained that two patients in Split had died after Sunday’s news conference by the local crisis management authority and prior to the national authority’s press conference.
There are 324 patients currently being treated in hospitals and 786 at home. There are 13,593 people in self-isolation, which is 297 fewer than on Sunday.
Eighteen patients are on ventilators, which is five fewer than on Sunday.