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No local transmission of coronovirus in Croatia, schools will be closed

Christian Fernsby |
From Monday due to coronavirus, there are no classes in elementary and secondary schools and colleges in Croatia, and the suspension lasts for two weeks, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic announced.

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"As of Monday, there is no teaching for two weeks in primary and secondary schools and colleges," Prime Minister Plenkovic said after meeting with the National Civil Protection Headquarters and ministers regarding the coronavirus situation.

Teachers will continue to come to school, and if necessary, there may be children who have no one to worry about, but classes are suspended for two weeks. The same regime is for kindergartens and colleges.

"The whole world is at war with the virus. The responsibility of every citizen is an essential discipline that will affect the spread of the epidemic. I call on everyone to be accountable and to listen carefully to the instructions and to all public health professionals. at 9 and at 16, "Plenkovic said.

On Friday morning, four new cases of coronavirus infection were reported, with a total of 31 but without local tranmission.

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