ZAGREB, March 20 (Hina) – 15 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Croatia, the National Civil Protection Headquarters reported on Friday afternoon, warning that a large number of citizens are still not complying with self-isolation measures.
“From 7 a.m., we have 15 more positive cases, a total of 128 infected persons, five have recovered, and a total of 1779 samples were tested,” Chief of Staff Maja Grba Bujevic told reporters.
“We are not satisfied with adherence to self-isolation measures. Only this morning, 18 people entered pharmacies in the City of Zagreb who violated self-isolation measures,” said Grba Bujevic.
There are 60 patients in the City of Zagreb, in Istria County 16, in Primorje-Gorski Kotar 13, in Varaždin eight, Osijek-Baranja seven, Karlovac four, Krapina-Zagorje four, Šibenik-Knin three, Split-Dalmatia three, Sisak-Moslavina three, Zadar two, Zagreb two, and Brod-Posavina, Dubrovnik and Lika-Senj counties one each, reporters were told.
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