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Coronavirus: Croatia reports 2nd death; case count rises to 481

N1 - 26.03.2020

A patient diagnosed with Covid-19, an elderly man, died in Zagreb's Fran Mihaljevic Hospital for Infectious Diseases on Thursday. In a regular press briefing earlier in the day, head of the hospital, Alemka Markotic, reported that one of the patients on ventilators was in a ...

Coronavirus: Croatia reports 481 cases, daily increase of 15 pct

N1 - 26.03.2020

Croatia's confirmed number of cases rose to 481 by Thursday morning, an increase of 63 cases, or 15 percent, from 418 reported 24 hours earlier. "If we compare this increase with the situation on Wednesday morning, we can see that we are still keeping the situation under control.

Coronavirus outbreak in Western Balkans: 1501 confirmed infected, 19 died

N1 - 26.03.2020

According to data available so far, the Western Balkans countries reported a total of 1501 confirmed cases of COVID-19 virus infection and 19 deaths. Here are data for the individual regional country: Albania - 146 cases, five deaths Bosnia and Herzegovina - 185 cases, three ...

Two new deaths to coronavirus in Serbia, bringing total number of victims to six

N1 - 26.03.2020

Two more patients positive on COVID-19 virus died overnight, Serbia’s Health Ministry published on its website, putting a total of death cases due to coronavirus in the country to six, N1 reported on Thursday. The total number of lethal outcome in people infected with the new ...

COVID-19 UPDATES: Bosnia has four new cases, bringing the total to 189

N1 - 26.03.2020

16:52 Another four patients tested positive for COVID-19 in Bosnia on Thursday afternoon, bringing the country's total to 189. The new cases were reported in the southern towns Grude, Siroki Brijeg and Citluk. 09:21 Seven more people tested positive for COVID-19 in Bosnia's ...

Doctor warns that entire Serbian city could be quarantined

N1 - 25.03.2020

The doctor who laughingly told the Serbian public that the coronavirus was a “ridiculous virus” just two weeks ago on Wednesday warned that the city of Valjevo could be quarantined. Pulmologist Branimir Nestorovic told the pro-government TV Pink that Valjevo could be isolated ...

Chinese doctors urge mass testing for coronavirus

N1 - 25.03.2020

The Chinese doctors who came to Serbia to help fight the coronavirus pandemic said on Wednesday that testing should be done on a mass scale to prevent its spreading. Doctor Lin Bingliang told the state TV (RTS) that isolation measures are important to prevent the coronavirus ...

Sarajevo Canton Prosecutor's Office investigates coronavirus-related death

N1 - 25.03.2020

Sarajevo Canton Prosecutor's Office has launched an investigation into the death of a woman who posthumously tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to the prosecutor's spokesperson. The women died on Tuesday, and the coronavirus infection was confirmed after her ...

Coronavirus: Case count in Croatia reaches 442 total, 22 recoveries confirmed

N1 - 25.03.2020

Croatia’s coronavirus case count rose by 60 in the last 24 hours, reaching 442 in total, the head of the Croatian Public Health Institute, Krunoslav Capak, confirmed on Wednesday afternoon, adding that 22 people have fully recovered.

Epidemiologist says 203 coronavirus patients hospitalized

N1 - 25.03.2020

Epidemiologist Dr Predrag Kon told Wednesday news conference that 203 people who tested positive for the coronavirus have been hospitalized, adding that the daily media briefing would include data for every major town and city in Serbia.

Eight more coronavirus cases in Kosovo, 71 in total

N1 - 25.03.2020

The Kosovo National Public Health Institute said on Wednesday that another eight people had tested positive bringing the total number of coronavirus patients to 71. Four of the people who tested positive are from Malisevic, three from Pristina and one in Vucitrn.

Prosecutor's Office launches investigation into coronavirus-related 'Igman' case

N1 - 25.03.2020

Bosnia's State Prosecutor's Office has formed a case and opened an investigation into the ceremony that took place on March 11 in the southern town Konjic, which is linked to dozens of COVID-19 infection cases, according to the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN).

Coronavirus: Spain overtakes China in COVID-19 deaths, rises to second worldwide

N1 - 25.03.2020

Spain has recorded 3,434 deaths from coronavirus, the health ministry announced Wednesday – making it the country with the second-highest death toll in the world. That’s an increase of over 27 percent on Tuesday’s figures. The country now has 47,610 cases in total.

Prince Charles tests positive for novel coronavirus

N1 - 25.03.2020

Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II's son and the heir to the British throne, has tested positive for coronavirus and is now self-isolating in Scotland. The Prince of Wales is only displaying mild symptoms and is otherwise in good health, Clarence House said in a statement.

Total of 384 coronavirus cases confirmed in Serbia

N1 - 25.03.2020

The Serbian Health Care Ministry reported 81 new coronavirus cases in its daily bulletin at 3:00 pm on Wednesday, bringing the total to 384. The bulletin said that 245 people had been tested for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the previous 24 hours.

UK's Prince Charles tests positive for virus; Queen 'in good health'

N1 - 25.03.2020

Prince Charles, the Queen's son and the first in line to the British throne, has tested positive for coronavirus and is now self-isolating in Scotland. Here's the statement from Clarence House: “The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus.

North Macedonia reports 177 cases of COVID-19 patients

N1 - 25.03.2020

Twenty-nine news cases were confirmed in North Macedonia on Wednesday, bringing a total number of patients with coronavirus infection to 177, the Beta news agency reported. Out of all diagnosed patients in the country, two died, and one was cured, Skopje’s Health Ministry ...

COVID-19 UPDATES: Bosnia has 168 cases, foreign nationals can not enter

N1 - 25.03.2020

10:22 Two more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton (HNK), which brings the total there to 24 and across the country to 168. On Tuesday, the HNK saw its first coronavirus-related death - an otherwise healthy 53-year-old.

Coronavirus: Croatia's case count at 382; Slovenia reports 4th death

N1 - 24.03.2020

Croatia's Covid-19 case count rose to 382, including 16 full recoveries, Health Minister, Vili Beros, said on Tuesday evening. This means that over the last 24 hours the number of cases grew by 21 percent from Monday's 315, a daily increase seen in the past several days, and ...

Serbia reports 54 new coronavirus cases

N1 - 24.03.2020

Serbian health authorities confirmed 54 new coronavirus cases in the country on Tuesday afternoon, bringing the total to 303, 21 of whom are in critical condition. Of the 54 newly diagnosed patients, 27 have been admitted to hospital, Serbian Health Minister Zlatibor Loncar said ...

Serbian Environment Ministry official tests positive

N1 - 24.03.2020

A senior Environment Ministry official has tested positive for the coronavirus, Belgrade daily Blic reported on its web site on Tuesday. Environment Minister Goran Trivan confirmed that his State Secretary Branislav Blazic had been hospitalized at the Infectious Diseases Clinic ...

Two babies test positive for coronavirus in Belgrade

N1 - 24.03.2020

Serbian Health Care Minister Zlatibor Loncar confirmed on Tuesday that two babies have tested positive for the coronavirus. He told the Upitnik talk show on the state TV (RTS) that the first baby was at home in isolation while the second was hospitalized in the Dragisa Misovic ...

Kosovo authorities report two more coronavirus cases

N1 - 24.03.2020

The Kosovo Public Health Institute reported two more coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 63 on Tuesday. The two new patients are a 25 year old woman from a village outside the town of Gnjilane and a 73 year old woman from the Vucitrn municipality, the KoSSev news portal ...

More than 300 coronavirus cases, Serbian military sets up Belgrade quarantine

N1 - 24.03.2020

Another 54 coronavirus cases were confirmed in Serbia in the Health Care Ministry’s 3:00 pm daily bulletin bringing the total to 303. The bulletin, on the covid19.rs web site, said that 94 people had been tested over the previous 24 hours and added that 27 of the 54 confirmed ...

Serbia reports 54 new COVID-19 cases, 301 in total

N1 - 24.03.2020

Serbia's health authorities stated on Tuesday afternoon that there were 54 new cases of the COVID-19 infection and that currently 310 patients were being treated, 21 of whom were in a critical condition. Of the 54 newly diagnosed patients, 27 have been admitted to hospital, ...

Serbian doctor says private labs don’t test for this coronavirus

N1 - 24.03.2020

A Serbian infectious diseases expert warned on Tuesday that private laboratories do not have tests for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Doctor Ivana Milosevic from the Infectious Diseases Clinic in Belgrade said that private laboratories have tests for other known coronaviruses ...

Italija: Broj oboljelih 69.176, u jednom danu umrlo 743 ljudi

24sata.hr - 24.03.2020

Broj zaraženih koronavirusom u Italiji vjerojatno je deset puta veći nego što pokazuju službene brojke, rekao je u utorak čelnik talijanske Civilne zaštite Talijanske vlasti objavile su nove brojke oboljelih od korona virusa u toj zemlji: imaju 5249 novih oboljelih, tako da je ...