ZAGREB, 26 April, 2021 – In the past 24 hours a total of 3,417 tests were conducted in Croatia, with 410 returning positive to coronavirus while 51 people died in that period, that national COVID response team reported on Monday.
There are currently 13,432 active cases in the country, 2,315 of whom are hospitalised patients and 259 of them are on ventilators.
Since the first case was identified in Croatia, there have been 323,036 registered cases of coronavirus in the country and 6,905 people have died as a consequence.
A total of 302,699 people have recovered, with 2,207 recovering in the past 24 hours.
The share of positive cases among those tested in the past 24 hours is about 12%, which is 3% less than last Monday.
There are currently 31,841 people in self-isolation.
To date a total of 1,762,625 persons have been tested.
As of 25 April 795,597 doses of COVID vaccines have been administered, inoculating 627,216 people.
Of that number 456,398 have received the first dose and 168,381 have received both doses, while in 2,437 cases it is not sure which of the two doses they have received.
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