ZAGREB, March 19 (Hina) – Three new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Croatia, bringing their total to 105, Health Minister Vili Beros told a press conference in Zagreb on Thursday afternoon.
“Right now we have 105 positive cases in Croatia, which is six more than this morning, or three more since the cabinet meeting,” Beros said.
“By way of illustration, today is the 24th day since the first confirmed case and we have 105 positive cases, while at the same time Italy has seenÂ the number of cases increase by 27,747, which indirectly shows that our recommended measures were prompt and produced certain results,” the minister added.
A total of 1,399 people have been tested and results for some of them are still expected, he said.
The head of the Fran Mihaljevic Hospital for Infectious Diseases, Alemka Markotic, said: “We have no information of any deteriorations. All the people who have been admitted are in stable condition.”
The head of the Croatian Institute of Public Health, Krunoslav Capak, said that 789 contacts are under observation, 12,737 people are in self-isolation, 79 are in quarantine, and 18 drivers are in special quarantine areas.