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Croatian Prime Minister begins self-quarantine due to his wife’s coronavirus infection

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November 28th – The Croatian government announced on the evening of the 28th that Prime Minister Plenkovych had begun a 10-day self-quarantine because Prime Minister Plenkovych’s wife was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus on the same day.

According to the source, Plenkovic’s wife tested for COVID-19 on the 28th due to low fever symptoms and tested positive. Plenkovic himself was tested negative. Plenkovic will abide by the epidemic prevention regulations and start a 10-day home quarantine, during which he will handle official business at home.

According to the data released by the Croatian Institute of Public Health on the 28th, 3,987 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the past 24 hours, with a total of 123,693 confirmed cases; 55 new deaths, a total of 1,655 deaths.

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