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COVID-19 statistics for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Total Cases

37314

2.68%

New Cases

999

Total Deaths

1051

2.82%

Total Recovered

25989

69.65%

Active Cases

210

0.56%

Critical Cases

10274

27.53%

Last update: 457569 seconds ago

Coronavirus statistics for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Country Total New Deaths Deaths today Recovered Active Critical Per Mil Pop
Bosnia and Herzegovina 37314 999 1051 20 25989 210 10274

COVID-19 Latest News for Bosnia and Herzegovina:

6 hours ago
Sarajevo reports new Cases of COVID-19
Sarajevo Times

After the analysis of 627 samples, collected in the period from October 19 to 21 this year, 169 newly infected persons with coronavirus were confirmed in the Sarajevo Canton. 109 people, or 63.90 percent, belong to the family clusters or contacts of previously ill people, and they have been in […...


1 day ago
Air Transport at Federation of BiH Entity Airports recorded Decrease
Sarajevo Times

  Air traffic at airports in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the period July-September this year, compared to the same period in 2019, was lower by 64.2 percent, as the results were significantly affected by the situation with the Covid-19 pandemic. Passenger transport at airports in...


1 day ago
EU helps BiH to overcome the Negative Impacts of COVID-19 on Tourism
Sarajevo Times

  Over the past two decades, prior to the Covid-19 crisis, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s tourism sector has been rapidly growing, contributing with approx. 10% to overall GDP and employment. However, the sector has not reached its full potential, as the consumption remained low compared to the region...


1 day ago
Sarajevo records New Record in Number of New Cases of Coronavirus
Sarajevo Times

Another 401 samples were tested for the presence of coronavirus at the University of Sarajevo Clinical Center (KCUS) during the night, of which 248 were positive. There are 208 newly infected people in Sarajevo, and three people died. Eighteen persons in Gorazde, eight in Visoko, five in Travnik, four...



2 days ago
Pediatric Clinics in Borici and Sedra Reception Camp provided Help to many Migrants
Sarajevo Times

  “I want to be a photographer, and you know that the most valuable tool for any photographer is their eyes,” says 17-year-old Ferhat* as he contentedly nods to his reflection in the mirror, adjusting his glasses. It has been three years since he left his home in Tehran together [&#...



2 days ago
Bosnia and Herzegovina confirms 35,389 Cases of COVID-19
Sarajevo Times

According to the epidemiological review regularly submitted by the Ministry of Civil Affairs, there are 35,389 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in Bosnia and Herzegovina so far, and 283,335 people have been tested. A total of 1,017 patients died, while 25,560 people recovered from the coronavirus...


2 days ago
Krivic: We expect the First Signals regarding the Closure of Schools in Sarajevo
Sarajevo Times

The Minister of Education, Science and Youth of the Sarajevo Canton, Anis Krivic, told “Avaz” that about 40 students are infected with the coronavirus, as well as about 30 teachers. ”Considering that we have 51,000 students and 5,110 teachers in CS, the CS Crisis Staff concluded that these...


3 days ago
Head of Sarajevo Canton Crisis Staff Aida Pilav tested positive for Coronavirus
Sarajevo Times

  Head of the Crisis Staff of the Sarajevo Canton Aida Pilav has been positive for coronavirus since Saturday, according to the Press Service of the Sarajevo Canton. Pilav pointed out that she became infected through the family contact, because her brother has been positive for Covid-19 since October...

3 days ago
Inspection interrupted the Corona Party in Lukavac and closed the Club with 500 Persons
Sarajevo Times

The action of the inspector last night interrupted the concert in the club Plaza Jezera Modrac in Lukavac, during which all the measures planned to suppress the spread of coronavirus were violated. A club in which approximately 500 people were found was banned from working. As is known, a concert [&#...



4 days ago
Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina tested Negative for Coronavirus
Sarajevo Times

The Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sefik Dzaferovic, tested negative for coronavirus on Sunday. Chairman Dzaferovic was tested after it was confirmed that the Minister of Security of BiH, Selmo Cikotic, who attended the session of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, was...


5 days ago
Izetbegovic: The Situation is becoming very Serious and I expect Growth in Number of Coronavirus Cases
Sarajevo Times

”The situation is becoming very serious and I expect growth. The number of infected is growing every day. The countries of the region are breaking bad records. I assume that a similar scenario awaits us, the general director of the Clinical Centre University of Sarajevo,” prof. dr. Sebija Izetbegovic...


5 days ago
Minister of Security positive for Coronavirus
Sarajevo Times

  The Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Selmo Cikotic is tested positive for coronavirus. His health condition is currently stable and he has milder symptoms of coronavirus. ”The Ministry of Security of BiH has taken all available prevention measures, including informing the authorities...


5 days ago
Former Member of Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bakir Izetbegovic positive for Coronavirus
Sarajevo Times

The President of the Party of Democratic Action (SDA) and the Vice-Chairman of the House of Peoples of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bakir Izetbegovic, and former member of Presidency is a positive coronavirus. This information was confirmed for “Avaz” from the SDA...


5 days ago
Twenty One Foreign Nationals removed from Bosnia and Herzegovina in Seven Days
Sarajevo Times

In accordance with its competencies, the Service for Foreigners’ Affairs continuously carries out intensified activities to control the movement and stay of foreigners aimed at controlling places where migrants gather and inspecting legal and natural persons who provide accommodation services,...


5 days ago
21 Years Old Student dies of Coronavirus in Sarajevo
Sarajevo Times

A third-year student at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Sarajevo has died at the age of 21 after being positive for coronavirus, the Student Parliament of the University of Sarajevo stated in the press release onFriday.  The announcement does not state the identity of the student and...


6 days ago
Sarajevo records New Cases of Coronavirus
Sarajevo Times

According to the Institute of Public Health, 137 new cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in the Sarajevo Canton in the past 24 hours. Of this number, 69, or 50.36 percent, belong to family clusters or are contacts of previously ill, and are in self-isolation from before. From the […...


6 days ago
Sixteen Local Border Crossings between BiH and Croatia reopened
Sarajevo Times

  Sixteen small border crossings between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina that have been closed since April in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus are reopened on Thursday, Hina reports. After an agreement was reached between the two countries, small border crossings were reopened...

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