Croatia reports 358 new COVID cases
- by croatiaweek
- in News
ZAGREB, Aug 26 (Hina) – In the last 24 hours, there have been a record high 358 cases of infection with coronavirus in Croatia, and currently there are 2,352 active cases, the national COVID-19 response team said on Wednesday.
Health Minister Vili Beros informed a news conference that 184 COVID patients were currently being treated in hospitals, which is 7.4% of all active cases, and 10 of those patients are now on ventilators.
In the last 24 hours, 26 new patients have been admitted to hospital, while 19 have been discharged.
Also, 7,993 people are now in self-isolation.
Croatia’s COVID-related death toll stands at 175, and a total of 6,362 have recovered.
Thus, since the onset of the epidemic on 25 February, 8,889 people in Croatia have been diagnosed with this infectious disease, and 157,387 people have been tested for it.
Currently, 130 healthcare workers are positive for COVID.
In Split-Dalmatia County where 136 people have been diagnosed with this infection in the last 24 hours, new hotspots have appeared in fitness gyms.