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Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković questions positive during COVID-19

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković has tested positive for COVID-19, two weeks following his spouse contracted the virus.

The Prime Minister had obtained the following test on Monday after the recommendations of epidemiologists and tested positive, the authorities declared.

“The Prime Minister is now feeling well, and proceeds to execute his actions and responsibilities from the house and will follow all of the instructions of physicians and epidemiologists,” said Government Spokesman, Marko Milić.

Andrej Plenković was self-isolating for 2 days following his wife became contaminated, and will now enter a 10-day quarantine period.

Croatia is facing an upsurge of coronavirus, using a brand new high of 74 new deaths listed on Monday.

Since the beginning of the outbreak, almost 130,000 people are infected in Croatia from the new coronavirus and 1,786 have expired.

Vili Beros also stated that over 2,300 individuals were now being treated at hospitals throughout the nation, including 255 individuals in intensive care.

Nearly 1,400 physicians are contaminated in Croatia, while almost a thousand others have been in self-isolation, as stated by the minister.