In the last 24 hours, Slovenia registered 1,113 new coronavirus cases, while seven people died from the consequences of COVID-19, the Slovenian government stated on Oct. 26.
Slovenian Minister of Health Tomaz Gantar has issued a decree suspending all non-urgent health care services for 14 days, including preventive health programs, so that coronavirus patients can be prioritized. He has also announced that licensed private medical practitioners, medical interns and resident doctors will be able to work in hospitals, too.
Croatia had 828 confirmed coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours and 15 people died from the infection, the National Civil Protection Headquarters said in an Oct. 26 press release. Since the outbreak of the epidemic in Croatia, the novel coronavirus has been confirmed in 37,208 people, of whom 452 died.
In the past 24 hours, 701 new cases of infection were registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina, while 17 people died. Since the start of the epidemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina 41,591 people have been infected with the coronavirus, of whom 1,099 died.