Another coronavirus case in Bosnia was confirmed Tuesday, following the testing of new samples at the Sarajevo University Clinical Centre (KCUS).
According to Sebija Izetbegovic, the KCUS general manager, the patient is a woman who returned to the north Bosnian city of Bihac from the German city of Munich, seven days ago.
This means that the total number of patients with COVID-19 in Bosnia and Herzegovina is now 26.
Most patients are in Bosnia's Republika Srpska entity (20). Bosnia's health authorities confirmed Monday that two Republika Srpska patients were cured of COVID-19.
Epidemiologists believe that the number of infections could rise over the next several days and weeks which is why the state parliament will most likely declare the state of emergency on the territory of the entire country and increase the border control.