Bulgaria enters second lock-down on November 27 in attempt to curb infection More stringent measures to curb the spread of Covid-19 will be introduced in Bulgaria on Friday night (November 27) and will be in force until December 21. By order of Bulgaria’s Minister of Health the following restrictions will be imposed: - In-person classes in all educational institutions in Bulgaria are suspended, including in-person classes for students from the 1st to.. See more
Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev has imposed amendments to the VAT Act. They introduce new provisions in the Consumer Loans Act, which the head of state defines as "inadmissible" and "legally intolerable", BNR reports. With some of the approved texts, the deputies have agreed that non-bank financial institutions can charge a double penalty to consumers if they do not fulfill their obligations under a loan agreement. In his reasons, the President defines as.. See more
The Law on the State Budget, which is voted by the parliament, provides funds for equalization of the minimum salaries of university lecturers. The minimum salary for an assistant professor will become BGN 1,300 /EUR 665/, for an associate professor - BGN 1,500 /EUR 767/, and for a full professor - BGN 1,600 /EUR 818/. This was announced by the Minister of Education and Science Krasimir Valchev at the signing of an Agreement with the trade unions in the higher.. See more
The emergency epidemic situation in Bulgaria will be extended until January 31, 2021, this country’s Minister of Health Kostadin Angelov said at a..
40% of Bulgarians believe that the coronavirus is a biological weapon designed to reduce the world's population. This is shown by data from a study by..
In the past 24 hours, 4382 new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered after 10,474 PCR tests, according to the single information..