A roundup of the daily reports on the coronavirus pandemic from the countries of the region on February 5, 2021.
In the last 24 hours, Croatia has conducted 5,930 coronavirus tests and 549 (10%) have returned positive, while there have been 16 deaths linked to Covid-19, the country’s coronavirus crisis management team reported on Friday.
Currently, there are 2,955 active cases, including 1,203 hospitalized patients, of whom 106 are on ventilators. Croatia’s Covid-19 death toll has climbed to 5,122. Since the outbreak of this infectious disease in Croatia in late February, 1,217,755 tests have been performed, and 234,702 persons have tested positive. To date, 226,625 people have recovered from Covid-19, including 552 in the last 24 hours. A total of 13,993 people are self-isolating.
Healthcare authorities in Bosnia and Herzegovina reported on Friday that 292 people tested positive for the coronavirus and 13 more COVID-19 patients passed away in the country within the previous 24 hours.
Of the 1,936 people tested in Bosnia’s Federation (FBiH) entity, 193 were positive for the virus and five died due to the disease. In the other semi-autonomous entity, Republika Srpska (RS), 514 people were tested and 89 of them were positive and six COVID-19 patients died. Bosnia’s Brcko District also confirmed ten new coronavirus infections and two COVID-19 fatalities.
Over the last 24 hours, five patients died from COVID-19-related complications, and out of 1,810 tested people, 535 were infected with the coronavirus, Monetnegro’s Public Health Institute said on Friday.
North Macedonia’s Health Ministry said on Friday that over the last 24 hours, eight patients died form COVID-19-related complications, and out 2,161 tested people, 314 were confirmed infected with the coronavirus.
The death toll stood at 2,908, while 83,634 patients have recovered since the epidemic outbreak.
At the same time, 466,118 people have been tested and 94,196 samples have returned positive for the virus.
Currently, there are 7,654 active infection cases in the country.