A roundup of the daily reports on the coronavirus pandemic from the region's countries on April 5, 2021.
Over the past 24 hours, Croatia has registered 138 new cases of the coronavirus infection and 25 people have died, the national COVID-19 crisis management team said on Monday.
A total of 1,154 people have been tested in the last 24 hours. The number of active cases in Croatia now stands at 11,854, including 1,616 Covid patients in hospitals, 156 of whom are on ventilators.
Since 25 February 2020, when Croatia registered its first case, a total of 280,164 people have contracted the coronavirus. There have been 262,227 recoveries, including 1,691 over the past 24 hours.
The death toll to date is now 6,083. To date, 1,583,654 people have been tested, including 1,154 in the last 24 hours, and there are currently 29,951 people in self-isolation.
As of 4 April, 524,371 doses of vaccine have been used, and 426,037 people have been vaccinated.
A total of 326,055 people have received the first dose, while 98,334 have been inoculated with both doses. For 1,648 people, there is no data on which dose they have received, state agency Hina reported.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
A total of 636 people tested positive for the coronavirus and 66 COVID-19 patients passed away in Bosnia and Herzegovina throughout the past 24 hours, healthcare authorities said on Monday.
In Bosnia’s Federation (FBiH) entity, 433 of the 2,729 people testes were positive for the virus and 42 died due to the disease.
In the other semi-autonomous entity, Republika Srpska (RS), 639 people were tested and 179 of them were positive, while 21 COVID-19 patients died.
Bosnia’s Brcko District also registered 24 new coronavirus infections and three COVID-19 fatalities.
Over the past 24 hours, 283 new coronavirus infections have been confirmed in Slovenia and there have been seven Covid-related deaths, the Slovenian government reported on its Twitter account on Monday.
With fewer tests done, the number of new infections is lower than on Sunday, when 720 new cases were reported. However, the rolling 7-day average of new cases has increased to 1,058.
There are currently 557 Covid patients in hospital care, including 126 in intensive care units. The number of active cases in Slovenia is 14,104, the health ministry said.
On Sunday, up to six people from a maximum of two households were allowed to socialize because of the Easter holidays, and internal travel was allowed.
Starting on Easter Monday, this is no longer possible, and restrictive measures imposed to contain the so-called third wave of the epidemic adopted last week are again in force until 11 April.
Over the last 24 hours, 12 patients died from COVID-19-related complications, while out of 1,066 222 people were positive for the coronavirus in Montenegro, the Public Health Institute said on Monday.
The death toll stood at 1,317.
On Monday, there were 5,394 active infection cases.
Since the epidemic outbreak in March 2020, 92,740 people were confirmed infected with the coronavirus.
In the last 24 hours, 11 patients died from COVID-10-related complications, while put of 4,718 tested people, 512 were positive for the coronavirus in Kosovo.
A total of 77,957 patients have recovered since the epidemic outbreak.U proteklom danu izlečenima su proglašena 524 pacijenta, a ukupan broj izlečenih je 77.957.
At the same time, 447,840 people have been tested, and 94,167 samples have returned positive for the virus.
Over the last 24 hours, 37 patients died from COVID-19-related complications and out of 1,431 tested people, 301 were infected with the coronavirus in North Macedonia, the Health Ministry said on Monday.
The death toll stood at 3,977, while since the epidemic outbreak, 135,167 people have tested positive for the virus.
At the same time, 110,388 patients have recovered.
On Monday, there were 20,802 active cases of the infection.