ZAGREB, March 2, 2020 – The parliament is continuing to work in a regular manner and without any changes after one of the 151 members of the legislature stated that he would be in self-quarantine as a precaution since he had been at an event at which one of the eight Croatian patients diagnosed with coronavirus had also attended.
In response to Hina’s queries about the latest developments after parliamentarian Joško Klisović informed the public that he would be self-isolated in the next 14 days, even though he participated in voting in the parliament on Friday, parliament’s public relations office said that there will not be any disruptions to the parliament’s regular work.
The national parliament responded that no other deputy has reported that they had come into contact with any of the people tested positive for coronavirus.
To date, five positive cases have been registered in Rijeka and three more cases in Zagreb.
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