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Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia Are Reporting Daily Records of Coronavirus Cases

October 28, 2020

ZAGREB, Croatia — Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia are reporting daily records of coronavirus cases.

Slovenia registered 2,605 infections and at least seven confirmed deaths in the country of 2 million. Nearly 35% of all tests came back positive in the last 24 hours, health officials say.

Croatia had 2,378 cases and 23 deaths, with Health Minister Vili Beros warning he couldn’t rule out a “collapse” of the health system.

Bosnia announced 1,562 new cases and 34 deaths.

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