19 new cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Bosnia and Herzegovina over the past 24 hours, meaning that the total of COVID-19 contractions in the country now stands at 2,235: 1,217 in the Republic of Srpska, 998 in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and 20 in the District of Brcko.
COVID-19 cases have been reported in Banja Luka (549), Maglaj (143), Citluk (96), Mostar (93), Sarajevo (78), Laktasi (74), Siroki Brijeg (60), Bosanska Gradiska (54), Tuzla (48), Doboj (47), Kotor Varos (44), Cazin (43), Bihac (41), Zenica (40), Teslic (36), Livno (35), Prijedor (34), Derventa (33), Gacko (33), Prnjavor (30), Konjic (29), Trebinje (23), Bosanski Brod (22), Capljina (21), Gorazde (21), Ilidza (15), Bijeljina (12), Travnik (11), and many other cities and towns across Bosnia and Herzegovina.
There have been 127 coronavirus-related fatalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina thus far, while at least eight persons are in serious or critical condition. 1,334 persons have already recovered from the infection: 775 in the FBiH, 543 in the RS, and 16 in the District of Brcko.
Movement restrictions for persons over the age of 65 and children under the age of 18 have been lifted in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and so have the movement restrictions for persons over the age of 65 in the Republic of Srpska.
Curfew between 22:00 and 05:00 hrs remains in force in the Republic of Srpska.
The Civil Protection Administration of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has allowed museums, movie theaters, art galleries and libraries to start working.
The total number of coronavirus contractions globally is almost 4,540,000. The death toll so far is slightly over 303,500, while more than 1,711,000 people have already recovered.