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Vaccination points will operate in Sofia's parks over the weekend

Bulgaria reports 105 new daily cases of Covid-19

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Bulgaria has registered 105 new cases out of 15,000 samples made for Covid-19, which is 0.7%, according to the data of the National Coronavirus Information Portal, at midnight.

There are currently 1,752 patients with Covid-19 treated in hospital, 208 are in intensive care units. A total of 320 people have been registered as cured and 7 have died.

Most new infections are in Sofia - 20, followed by Plovdiv with 10.
More than 15,200 people have been vaccinated in the last 24 hours. With them, the doses administered in Bulgaria are over 1.65 million. Of these, over 745,500 people have been revaccinated.

This weekend there will be vaccination teams operating in the parks in Sofia. Vaccination points are also opened in three of the major shopping centers in the city.

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