The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has published a new map showing a lot of changes, but unfortunately the Croatian coast is still in orange as last week, and continental Croatia is still in green. France is almost all orange this week except for two regions in the central part of the country.
Most of Greece and Denmark, as well as parts of Finland and Sweden, are also in orange. Red is Portugal, more than half of Spain, Ireland, Luxembourg, almost a third of the Netherlands, but also the rest of Greece and smaller parts of Denmark. There in red is still the rest of Spain where the situation is critical, but also part of the Netherlands and Cyprus. These countries have the worst epidemiological situation. Much of Italy and the rest of Europe are still green and have a favorable epidemiological situation.
The color map shows the 14-day incidence (rate of infected) of coronavirus in each European country per 100.000 inhabitants. Otherwise, we are still waiting for the only relevant page - re-open.eu, to divide Croatia by counties, and not into two regions as it is currently.
Minister Davor Božinović at the session of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, he announced that additional epidemiological measures would be applied from Monday, July 26.
"The new decision, which will be published tomorrow, places emphasis on monitoring the implementation of anti-epidemic measures. Given the intensity and large number of summer events and gatherings on the coast, their control is possible only with the full involvement of headquarters and other services at the level of Adriatic municipalities, cities and counties that have authority for all gatherings and events deemed epidemiologically difficult to control. not to give consent for their maintenance ”, announced Bozinovic
We have 179 new cases, 39.5% of the total population has been vaccinated
In the past 24 hours, according to the website koronavirus.hr, 179 new cases were recorded, so the number of active cases in Croatia today is a total of 918. Among them, 124 patients are in hospital, of which 14 are on a respirator. In the past 24 hours, 98 people recovered and 3.929 were tested.
In the past 24 hours, 1 person died, a total of 8.245 people so far. To date, a total of 2.231.458 people have been tested, of which 3.929 in the last 24 hours. There are currently 3.186 people in self-isolation.
As of July 21, 2.965.335 doses of vaccine had been consumed, and 39,5% of the total population and 47,6% of the adult population had been vaccinated. As of July 21, 17.586 doses of vaccine had been consumed. As of July 21, 1.604.513 people were vaccinated with at least one dose, of which 1.401.029 people (1.360.822 people vaccinated with two doses and 40.207 people vaccinated with Jannsen) were vaccinated, which is 41,61% of adults. population.