ZAGREB, April 22 (Croatia Sun News) – Montenegro has seen a drop in the number of new COVID-19 infections and an increase in the number of recoveries, with the government relaxing some of the restrictions and allowing citizens to stay outside until 11 p.m. and shops to work until 10 p.m.
ZAGREB, April 10 (Croatia Sun News) – The number of coronavirus cases in Montenegro has been decreasing steadily since April 3, when the largest single-day increase of 37 cases was reported, the country’s public health institute said in a statement.
ZAGREB, April 7 (Croatia Sun News) – The number of COVID-19 patients in Slovenia rose by 38 on Monday to 1,059, the government reported today, and this seems to indicate that the daily rise of new cases is decreasing.
ZAGREB, April 7 (Croatia Sun News) – By Denis Cupic – Chilling fantasies from SF movies about places emptied of people have become reality. Dystopian visions of societies without social contact have become real – if only, as we all hope, on a temporary basis. However, after the lock-downs, shutdowns, isolation, and quarantine have become things of the past we will face a challenging new world of post-traumatic businesses and shoppers.
ZAGREB, March 17 (Croatia Sun News) – The head of the Rijeka clinical hospital, Davor Stimac, said that the first patient who had been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Rijeka had fully recovered from the infection and would be likely discharged from the hospital next week.