Six New Cases of Coronavirus confirmed in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Additional six cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Bosnia and Herzegovina, two of them in Mostar and four in Konjic, was confirmed to Klix.ba from the Crisis Staff of the Federal Civil Protection Administration.

The infected persons include director of company producing weapons and ammunition “Igman” from Konjic, Dahid Muratbegovic, as well as three other workers. Last week’s event, which was attended by nearly 200 people, including the Federal Prime Minister Fadil Novalic and Minister Nermin Dzindic, among the officials was the director of Freedom company from Cacak, later diagnosed with coronavirus.

With the new cases, the total number of those infected in Bosnia and Herzegovina has jumped to 45, 16 of them in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and 29 in Republika Srpska, which have not reported any new cases this morning.


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