Bulgarian National Radio © 2021 All Rights Reserved

Wearing masks outdoors is mandatory from October 22 to end of November

Photo: BTA

Wearing protective masks in the open becomes mandatory on October 22, Health Minister Kostadin Angelov said during a visit to Lovech, BTA has reported.

Our goal is to reduce the number of infected Bulgarians so that fewer of them go to hospitals and there are fewer deaths, Minister Angelov added. A day is given so that all citizens could buy masks by Thursday. The measures are the same for everyone. Masks will be mandatory until the end of November if the situation remained unchanged. The education process will continue in schools, the minister said. Also from October 22, theМаските на открито са задължителни от 22 октомври до края на ноември 14-day quarantine is reduced to ten days, but under certain conditions, Minister Angelov said.

More from category

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 364

3,004 daily coronavirus cases, almost 18% of tests performed 3,004 is the number of new Covid-19 cases registered in this country over the past 24 hours or almost 18% out of 16,876 tests performed, Single Coronavirus Information Portal data..

published on 3/6/21 5:21 PM

Romania imposes coronavirus restrictions on arrivals from Bulgaria

As of 9 PM tonight, 6 March, restrictions are enforced in Romania on arrivals from Bulgaria, which is on the list of countries from the so-called “yellow zone”, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced. Arrivals who present a negative..

published on 3/6/21 4:14 PM

Unruly passenger forces French airplane to land in Sofia

An Air France airplane flying over Bulgaria from Paris to Delhi was forced to make an emergency landing at Sofia airport, BTA reports. The reason was an unruly passenger onboard who turned violent, attacked members of the crew, hit a steward..

published on 3/6/21 3:28 PM