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Whole Croatia now on Germany’s list of coronavirus risk zones

Christian Fernsby |
The whole of Croatia is on Germany’s list of coronavirus risk zones, after the government in Berlin adopted the latest recommendations made by the Robert Koch Institute on Friday.

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The travellers coming from coronavirus risk zones are supposed to self-isolate for 14 days upon their arrival in Germany or they can undergo testing.

Apart from Croatia, also the whole territories of Slovenia, Hungary, Cyprus and Bulgaria are on this list as of Friday.

In the last day, of 9,287 tests performed for coronavirus in Croatia, 30% of them, that is 2,772, have returned positive, the country’s coronavirus crisis management team stated on Friday.

Friday was the second consecutive day with more than 2,700 cases after on Thursday the daily tally of the new cases was 2,776.

In the last 24 hours, 20 coronavirus patients have died, bringing the death toll to 531.

There are now 15,106 active cases, including 1,027 patients who are receiving hospital treatment, and of them 74 are placed on ventilators.

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