Another seven people tested positive for COVID-19 in Bosnia, including a minister in the government of the country’s Serb-majority region, which brings the total number of coronavirus cases in the country to 34.
The new patients are four middle-aged men, two middle-aged women and one young man.
The Minister of European Integration and International Cooperation of the Republika Srpska (RS) semi-autonomous entity, Zlatan Klokic, is one of the new patients, N1 confirmed.
“I am currently in self-isolation and I feel good, I don’t have any symptoms or fever or cough,” he told ATV.
Bosnia and Herzegovina declared a state of disaster earlier on Tuesday and local authorities imposed strict measures to prevent the virus from spreading.