A roundup of the daily reports on the coronavirus pandemic from the region's countries on April 6, 2021.
Over the past 24 hours, Croatia has registered 735 new cases of coronavirus infection and 30 deaths, and the number of active cases currently stands at 11,028, the national COVID-19 crisis management team said on Tuesday.
There are 1,713 COVID patients in hospitals, 155 of whom are on ventilators. In the last 24 hours, 1,531 people have recovered and 6,333 have been tested.
Since 25 February 2020, when Croatia registered its first case, 280,899 people have contracted coronavirus, 263,758 have recovered and 6,113 have died.
To date, a total of 1,589,987 people have been tested.
There are currently 26,592 people in self-isolation.
As of 5 April, 524,724 doses of vaccine have been used, and 426,310 people have been vaccinated, 326,247 of whom have received the first dose and 98,414 of whom have received both doses. For 1,649 people, there is no data on which dose they have received.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
A total of 99 people passed away due to COVID-19 across Bosnia and Herzegovina throughout the past 24 hours and 1,093 new coronavirus infections were confirmed, healthcare authorities reported on Tuesday.
Of the 4,050 people tested in Bosnia’s Federation (FBiH) entity since Monday, 628 were positive for the virus and 63 COVID-19 patients died.
In the other semi-autonomous entity, Republika Srpska (RS), 442 new infections were confirmed, while 33 people died due to the disease.
Bosnia’s Brcko District also reported 23 new infections and three COVID-19 fatalities.
Over the last 24 hours, eight patients died from COVID-19-related complications, and out of 4,082 tested people, 489 were confirmed infected with the coronavirus in Kosovo on Tuesday.
The death toll stood at 1,934.
Since the epidemic outbreak, 451,922 people have been tested and 94,656 samples returned positive for the virus.
At the same time, 78,702 patients have recovered.
On Tuesday, there were 14,020 active infection cases.
In the last 24 hours, nine patients died from COVID-19-related complications, while out of 1,428 tested people, 290 were confirmed infected with the coronavirus in Montenegro, the Anadolu agency reported on Tuesday.