PM’s Chief of Staff, His Deputy, Gov’t Spokesman Not in Self-Isolation

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ZAGREB, Dec 1, 2020 – After Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic on Monday tested positive for coronavirus, the government said that his chief of staff Zvonimir Frka-Petesic, his deputy Tena Misetic and government spokesman Marko Milic were not instructed by epidemiologists to self-isolate.

Their last working day and meeting with the prime minister was on Friday while Frka-Petesic had a brief meeting with the PM on Saturday and the meeting was held in line with prescribed epidemiological measures (physical distancing, wearing of masks, open windows).

The PM on Saturday tested negative for coronavirus and his chief of staff was  tested as well and his test returned negative, too.

Considering the posts they hold, all three officials will undergo testing again, the government said.


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