Saturday, 23 May 2020

Croatia coronavirus death toll is 99

Croatia recently had big earthquakes recently, during the Coronavirus Covid-19 Pandemic.

Croatia Coronavirus Covid-19 death toll has reached 99. Croatia has total confirmed virus cases of 2,243.

May 23, 2020 is the first day since the Covid-19 pandemic began in Croatia that there are no new cases of the virus in the country over the past 24 hours. That really means zero cases.

A second wave might come, however Croatia is prepared.

It is still advised to follow to all the measures and instructions adopted so far. This can reduce possible additional spreads of Coronavirus Covid-19 infections.

The following information is according to the COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.

Total Global Confirmed Cases: 5,309,142

Countries with most confirmed cases:

1,622,447 USA
347,398 Brazil
335,882 Russia
258,504 United Kingdom
235,290 Spain
229,327 Italy
182,036 France
179,986 Germany
155,686 Turkey
133,521 Iran
131,423 India
115,754 Peru
85,149 Canada
84,081 China
70,161 Saudi Arabia
65,856 Mexico
65,393 Chile
56,810 Belgium
52,437 Pakistan
45,265 Netherlands
42,213 Qatar
36,258 Ecuador
35,244 Belarus
33,188 Sweden
32,078 Bangladesh
31,068 Singapore
30,725 Switzerland
30,471 Portugal
28,704 United Arab Emirates
24,582 Ireland
21,745 Indonesia
21,343 South Africa
20,931 Poland
20,580 Ukraine
20,464 Kuwait
20,177 Colombia
17,857 Romania
16,712 Israel
16,536 Japan
16,513 Egypt
16,486 Austria
14,422 Dominican Republic
13,777 Philippines
11,487 Denmark
11,353 Argentina
11,165 Korea, South
11,092 Serbia
10,577 Panama


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