Macedonia’s Government junta breaking records: 120 new coronavirus cases


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.