PM Says Double Digit Fall in New COVID Cases is Encouraging

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“Those are encouraging signs. However, those numbers are still high and we should not think that the risk of the infection is over,” Plenković said at the beginning of the meeting of his cabinet in Zagreb on Thursday morning.

He again called on the general public to behave responsibly and respect anti-epidemic rules.

Plenković reiterated that more and more amounts of vaccines against coronavirus would be delivered to Croatia in the coming weeks.

Until 5 May, there were 341,000 confirmed cases of the infection with the novel virus in Croatia and of them, 7,315 COVID patients died. This means that there is one COVID-related death per 47 confirmed cases of the infection.

On the other hand, one suspected case of death can happen per 80,000 vaccinated people, the premier said in a bid to point out the importance of the vaccination.

For all you need to know about coronavirus specific to Croatia, including travel, border and quarantine rules, as well as the locations of vaccination points and testing centres across the country, make sure to bookmark our dedicated COVID-19 section.


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