BiH: Masks and certificates are being abolished, and the number of hospitalized is falling

And the number of hospitalized is small, as reported by the hospital in Mostar on Thursday.

Due to the improved epidemiological situation, the Government of the Federation of BiH accepted the information of the Crisis Staff at today’s session with recommendations repealing the CTP rule (vaccinated / tested / overcame) upon entering public institutions. The Central Entity Government has instructed the lower governments of ten counties to continuously monitor the epidemiological situation, and to take the necessary measures on their own in the event of deterioration.

According to the FBiH Crisis Staff, the number of newly infected people with coronavirus has been declining for weeks. At the level of the Federation of BiH, the seven-day incidence is 41.8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. The largest number of newly infected is in the counties based in Sarajevo with an incidence of 75.15, and Mostar with 54.39 newly infected per 100,000 inhabitants. At the same time, in Republika Srpska, authorities have eliminated the need to wear masks in closed public spaces. According to the Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Alen Šeranić, wearing a mask remains in force only in health institutions. The number of hospitalized people in BiH is decreasing every day. At the covid hospital operating at the University Clinical Hospital in Mostar, 32 patients were hospitalized, six of them on respirators and one on oxygen support. In the last 24 hours, 16 newly infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus have been registered in the Herzegovina-Neretva County based in Mostar.

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