Unexpected blow for Croatia: "Sweden has become our problem"

Most of the infected are workers of the company "Djuro Djakovic Montaza" from Slavonski Brod, and some of the members of their families.
It is about 20 workers who returned to Croatia from Sweden on May 2 by plane via Frankfurt, which made that flight a new source of infection in Croatia, "Jutarnji list" writes.

HealthMin Tataru worries relaxation, says danger of infection just as great

Health Minister Nelu Tataru says that he is worried about the moment of coronavirus lockdown being eased because the danger of infection is just as great, "and maybe greater in the first days after relaxation." "I am concerned about the moment of relaxation, the moment when we will have a resumption of the inflow of people from one area to another, an interaction and maybe a resurgence of local

Survey: More than Half of the Bulgarians are Pessimistic about the Development of the Economy after the Pandemic

Over half of Bulgarians (57%) share pessimistic attitudes towards the economic development over the next year. The largest share (31%) say it will take more than a year to return to a normal lifestyle, and 9% say people will never return to it. 68% say they would be worried to visit places where there are many people.

Two more Romanians infected with novel coronavirus dead in UK take number of Romanians dead abroad to 95

Another two Romanians infected with the novel coronavirus died in the United Kingdom, and the number of deaths of Romanians citizens abroad, due to COVID-19, has reached 95, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) informed on Monday.

Over 3.11 Million are the COVID-19 Infected Worldwide

More than 3.11 million people are infected with the new coronavirus, 216,667 people have died, according to Reuters latest statistics.

The United States remains the hardest hit by the virus with 1 019 167 infected and 58 605 dead. The number of casualties in Italy is 27 359 with 201 505 cases identified.

Turkey repatriates 1,286 nationals over virus

Turkey brought back a total of 1,286 of its nationals from four African nations and Arab countries on April 26 as part of its ongoing repatriation efforts for Ramadan amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Some 207 Turkish nationals returning from Somalia and Djibouti on a special Turkish Airlines flight arrived at Turkey's Nevşehir-Kapadokya Airport.