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Wuhan coronavirus in Croatia: Patient attended football game in Milan, siege in Split

Christian Fernsby |
The brother of a boy who was diagnosed with coronavirus yesterday attended the Champions League game in Milan with thousands of other spectators.

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Topics: WUHAN    CORONAVIRUS    CROATIA    MILAN   

The girl was confirmed to be negative for the coronavirus but will be held for further test.

Three people are currently hospitalized at the Infectious Diseases Clinic and are undergoing coronavirus testing.

There is siege situation is going on in Split because a ship from Ancona, which was examined by specially equipped Croatian naval police and a sanitary inspector, sailed into the port.

There are about 80 passengers on board, but for now, it is not known whether any of them are from the north of Italy.


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