The Croatian coast is no longer green on the new corona map of the European Union published by ECDC, reports Index.hr.
The entire Adriatic part of Croatia is now in orange.
The ECDC map is updated every week. Colors for individual areas are determined by a combination of the number of confirmed cases in the past 14 days per 100 thousand inhabitants and the percentage of the population tested. The latest map was released today.
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It is the most important coronavirus map in the European Union, and it is considered a reference because EU member states adopt measures and determine the conditions for entry from a particular country according to the color that the country has on the ECDC map.
The vast majority of Europe is still in the green zone. The Croatian coast, parts of Greece, part of the Netherlands, part of Sweden, Ireland, and the south of France are now marked in orange.
Spain, Portugal, a small part of Greece, part of Denmark, and part of the northeast of the Netherlands, as well as Luxembourg, are red.
Parts of Spain, as well as a very small part of the Netherlands, are dark red, symbolizing the worst epidemiological situation.
The headquarters announced that 139 new cases in Croatia were recorded in the last 24 hours, and the number of active cases in Croatia today is 653.
Among the active are 110 patients on hospital treatment, of which 9 patients are on a respirator.
The headquarters also announced that no deceased persons had been registered in the last 24 hours.
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