Nearly 400 new Covid-19 cases in Bosnia and 9 deaths

Nearly 400 new Covid-19 cases in Bosnia and 9 deaths

Nearly 400 new Covid-19 cases in Bosnia and 9 deaths Izvor: Tanjug/AP Photo/John Raoux

According to Bosnian health authorities, the country recorded 394 new cases of coronavirus, on Thursday, along with 9 deaths caused by the disease. A total of 289 more patients have recovered from the disease.

The country's Federation (FBiH) entity reported 297 new cases after testing 1,709 samples for the new coronavirus. The entity's Public Health Institute said they recorded eight deaths caused by the new coronavirus along with two previous fatalities which were later confirmed to be caused by the virus.

The Republika Srpska (RS) region said they registered 97 new cases of the disease after testing 640 suspected samples. This entity registered three fatalities.

The State Civil Affairs Ministry's joint data for the entire country will be added later during the day.

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