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Minister says police to step up patrols in Croatia

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ZAGREB, March 20 (Hina) – Police will step up patrols and warn against larger gatherings, Minister of the Interior Davor Bozinovic, who heads the national civil protection authority, said on Friday.

“We will increase our efforts to ensure restrictions are being implemented. Police will step up patrols, notably in locations where a larger number of citizens gather, and they will warn against larger gatherings,” said the minister.

He added that the civil protection authority would probably introduce more restrictions to reduce the risk of the novel coronavirus spreading.

“This concerns playgrounds as well as some other locations where citizens gather. We have to take a clearer stand on funerals and weddings as well. We will have to define a measure to regulate the matter in the current situation,” he said.

Bozinovic also said that since Thursday evening no foreign national had entered Croatia.

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