COVID-19: Croatia, Austria confirm their first cases

Currently in the series of the confirmation of the COVID-19 spread outside China, Croatiia and Austria have separately confirmed the Coronavirus infection cases in their territories.

Austria  on Tuesday confirmed its first two cases of coronavirus, a spokeswoman for the health authority in the province of Tyrol has said.

The infected individuals are two Italians who live in the province and were probably infected in Italy's Lombardy region, Tyrol governor Guenther Platter was quoted as saying by local media.

In Croatia, the authorities confirmed the country's first case of coronavirus infection in a patient hospitalised in the capital Zagreb, Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic has said.

"The patient is in the Zagreb clinic for infectious diseases. It is a younger person and has milder symptoms. He is in isolation and his condition is good at the moment," Plenkovic told a news conference.

Health Minister Vili Beros said that the patient had stayed in Milan from February 19 to 21.

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