Adriatic Coast Orange on the ECDC map Good sign for the rest of the season
August 5, 2021 – The orange Adriatic coast on the latest COVID-19 ECDC map is a good indicator for the rest of the tourist season
ECDC’s latest report on the 14-day incidence rate of Covid-19 in EU countries reveals that most of Croatia remains evergreen and the Adriatic region orange. This means that there are no obstacles to the successful continuation of the tourist season linked to the epidemiological picture during the coronavirus pandemic, reports Index.hr.
The ECDC map is advisory, but some Member States rely on it when introducing epidemiological restrictions upon return to the country.
Among Croatia’s tourist competitors, Spain and Italy have a worse picture than last week. Now two other Italian regions in the central part are red and the rest are orange, except part of northern and southern Italy.
All of Spain is marked in dark red, except for a small part of the coast in the northern part of the country. As for Greece, another central region received has been marked in red, while everything else remains the same as last week.
In the past 24 hours, 247 new cases have been registered. The number of active cases in Croatia now stands at 1,221 in total. Among them, 154 patients are hospitalized, including 14 on ventilators. Three people died.
Cases by County
City of Zagreb (59), Split-Dalmatia (52), Zadar (40), Dubrovnik-Neretva (20), Zagreb (18), Osijek-Baranja (12), Šibenik-Knin (9), Primorje-Gorski Kotar ( 7), Varaždin (7), Istria (6), Koprivnica-Križevci (4), Sisak-Moslavina (4), Karlovac (2), Bjelovar-Bilogora (2), Krapina-Zagorje county (1), Brod- Posavina (1), Požega-Slavonie (1), Vukovar-Srijem (1), Virovitica-Podravina (1), Lika-Senj (0) and Međimurje (0).
Epidemiological indicators as of August 1, 2021
Cumulative rate over 7 days for the Republic of Croatia: 27.8 / 100,000
14-day cumulative rate for the Republic of Croatia: 52.9 / 100,000
Counties with a 7-day cumulative rate of more than 50 / 100,000 inhabitants: Dubrovnik-Neretva, Split-Dalmatia, Zadar
Counties with a cumulative rate over 14 days of more than 100/100 000 inhabitants: Dubrovnik-Neretva, Split-Dalmatia, Zadar
Total number of tests last week: 41,049, -13.6% compared to last week
Share of positive tests in the total number of tests last week: 2.8%
Total number of tests and proportion of positive tests in the total number of tests: 2,305,717; 15.8%
Number of new cases in intensive care per 100,000 inhabitants last week: 0.3 / 100,000
Number of deaths last week: 18
Total mortality rate per 1,000,000 inhabitants: 2,021.4 / 1,000.00
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