Coronavirus in Croatia: 5 New Cases Brings Total to 37, Initial 2 Patients Recovered

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March 14, 2020 – An update on the coronavirus in Croatia, with 5 more cases confirmed, as well two recovered cases from those initially infected. 

As the COVID-19 situation in Italy continues to dominate global headlines, the latest update from Croatia is a little less alarming. 

First, the good news. After one of the twins who initially contracted coronavirus in Croatia was pronounced recovered yesterday, his twin brother has also now recovered, Krunoslav Capak announced at a press conference this morning. 

There are five new cases confirmed in Croatia, all of which are related to existing cases – the first cases in Osijek (2), as well as one each in Sisak, Varazdin and Zagreb. 

This brings the total number of cases in Croatia so far to 37, including the two recoveries mentioned above. There have so far been no deaths in Croatia, or in any of the five neighbouring countries – Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, and Montenegro. 


TCN is committed to giving the latest impartial updates and stats for the coronavirus in Croatia. This includes a comprehensive daily update on all aspects of the crisis (you can read yesterday’s overview here), We are also provided a daily corona map of Croatia, which we will update the daily briefing this afternoon. Yesterday’s map can be found above. 

For those looking for more comprehensive information about different aspects of coronavirus and Croatia, follow the dedicated TCN section


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