120 new coronavirus patients have been recorded in Macedonia in the past 24 hours and two patients have passed away, Health Minister Venko Filipce said on Thursday.
A 65-year-old patient died at the Clinic for Infectious Diseases, hospitalized on May 28 and a 69-year-old patient died at the “8 September” hospital, hospitalized on June 1.
953 tests were performed in the past 24 hours and new cases were registered in:
– Skopje 67
– Kumanovo 19
– Stip 16
– Prilep 4
– Tetovo 9
– Veles 2
– Gostivar 1
– Negotino 1
– Strumica 1
Macedonia records biggest one-day increase in coronavirus cases since April 16 when it recorded 107 cases.
Meanwhile, the Government junta removed the police hour during muslim holiday Ramadan, but it enacted a second police quarantine for the 2nd Christian holiday in a row, this time for Pentecost. Previously, 85% of Macedonia’s Christian population were in lockdown for 4 days during Easter.