31th May 2021.
CORONA VIRUS IN CROATIA
Croatia reports 41 new cases, 12 deaths
In the past 24 hours 40 coronavirus cases and 12 deaths have been registered in Croatia, the national COVID-19 response team said on Monday.
There are 1,935 active cases and 797 hospitalised patients, including 84 on ventilators, while 10,140 persons are self-isolating..
So far Croatia has registered 356,181 coronavirus cases, 8,026 deaths and 346,220 recoveries, including 397 in the past 24 hours, while 2,013,455 persons have been tested for the virus, including 2,116 in the past 24 hours.
So far 1,751,087 vaccines have been administered, with 1,272,513 persons receiving the first dose and 478,574 both.
14th May 2021. : Over the last 24 hours, 926 Croatians tested positive for the coronavirus, the national Covid-19 crisis management team reported on Friday. In the same period, there have been 41 more deaths linked to Covid-19, bringing the country's total pandemic death toll to 7,664.
There are currently 7,214 active cases of whom 1,752 infected patients are receiving hospital treatment, including 207 patients placed on ventilators.
Since 25 February 2020, when Croatia’s health authorities confirmed the first registered case of the infection with the novel coronavirus, more than 1.91 million tests have been conducted. As many as 334,206 patients have recovered to date, including 1,537 recoveries in the last 24 hours.
Currently 21,530 people are in isolation. More than 1.26 million vaccine doses against Covid have been administered in Croatia to date. Over 980,000 people have been given at least one shot, and more than 288,000 have received both shots of the two-dose vaccin
4th May 2021.: In the past 24 hours, 1,396 new cases of coronavirus have been detected in Croatia while 46 people have died as a consequence, the national Covid response team reported on Tuesday.
There are a total of 11,033 active cases in the country, including 2,169 hospitalized patients, 259 of whom are on ventilators.
Since 25 February 2020, when the first case was confirmed in Croatia, there have been 336,918 registered cases of the novel coronavirus, 7,264 people have died as a consequence and 318,621 have recovered, including 1,695 in the past 24 hours.
There are currently 27,733 people in self-isolation. A total of 1,836,108 people have been tested for the virus to date, with 9,040 tests conducted in the past 24 hours.
As of 3 May, a total of 921,527 doses of vaccines have been administered and 716,861 people have been inoculated. Of that number 509,580 have received one dose and 204,666 have received both. For 2,615 people there is no data as to how many shots they have received.
22th April 2021.: Over the past 24 hours, Croatia has registered 2,885 new cases of the coronavirus infection, and there were 46 deaths, the national COVID-19 crisis management team said on Thursday.
There are 2,229 Covid patients in hospitals, including 226 on ventilators.
Over the past 24 hours, 46 people have died, bringing the death toll to 6,738 since the start of the epidemic. There are 16,116 active cases in Croatia today, and 33,940 people are in self-isolation. To date, 1,734,234 people have been tested, including 10,537 people tested over the past 24 hours.
Since the start of the epidemic in Croatia, a total of 316,308 people have contracted coronavirus, and 293,454 of them have recovered, 2,103 recovered in the past 24 hours.
As at 21 April, 726,315 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been administered in Croatia, and 578,273 people have been vaccinated, with 427,919 people receiving the first dose and 148,042 receiving both doses. For 2,312 people there is no data on how many doses they have received.
5th April 2020. : 56 new cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Croatia in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of such cases to 1182, and 3 people have died, health authorities told a press conference in Zagreb on Sunday.
A total of 10 847 tests have been carried out to date, including 1,014 in the last 24 hours. Of the samples tested, 10.9% have been positive, Health Minister Vili Beros said.
Three persons have died in the last 24 hours – one each in Zadar, Dubrovnik, and Osijek. They were all chronic patients of advanced age. In Osijek, an 82-year-old patient died, in Zadar, the patient was 88-years-old and in Dubrovnik, the patient was 85-years-old.
A total of 15 people in Croatia have died to date from complications caused by the COVID-19 virus.
A total of 374 persons have been hospitalised, 39 patients are on respirator, and 125 have recovered.
Fifty-two percent of patients are male and 48 percent are female, and the average age of patients is 48.19 years.
“As you can see, our epidemiological line is still linear. Let’s keep it that way by observing the measures recommended by the civil protection service,” Beros said.
Minister Gordan Grlic Radman said on Saturday that it was the government’s obligation under the constitution to ensure repatriation of Croatian nationals. He said on Saturday morning that a total of 893 Croatians had been repatriated since the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic and several hundred were due to return this weekend.
148 Croats repatriated by air from Italy, Portugal, Spain and Sweden
A total of 148 Croatian nationals were flown back to the homeland from several European countries on Saturday, the Croatian Foreign and European Affairs Ministry said in a press release on late Saturday evening.
A total of 155 passengers consisting of the 148 Croatians and a few citizens of Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, arrived in Zagreb on Saturday evening aboard special Croatia Airlines flights from Portugal, Spain, Italy and Sweden where they were stuck during the outbreak of the coronavirus infection.
Upon their arrival at Franjo Tudjman Airport, the passengers were examined by infectiologists.
All those 148 citizens are required to self-isolate in the next 14 days.
On Sunday, 37 Croatian nationals will arrive by ship from Ancona to Zadar. The Croatian government said on Friday it had ensured the repatriation of Croatian nationals from Ancona by catamaran and departure from the Italian seaport is planned at 3 p.m. on Sunday.
The Jelena vessel is expected to arrive in Zadar at 6.30 p.m. that day.
Also, a group of Croatians, who are still in the Austrian region of Tyrol which is on lockdown, will be transported back to Croatia on buses.