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Only 11.11% of Bulgarians are vaccinated against Covid-19

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Bulgaria has reported 93 new cases of coronavirus for the past 24 hours. This is 0.64 percent of the 14,382 tests performed, according to the Unified Information Portal. Most new infections are in Sofia - 39. In 7 districts - Kardzhali, Montana, Razgrad, Silistra, Smolyan, Haskovo and Yambol there are no new cases.

The number of actively registered patients has decreased by 146 to 9,456. The number of patients admitted for hospital treatment also decreased by 37 people. Currently, 1,613 patients are hospitalized. 201 are treated in intensive care units. 
Five people with established Covid-19 have died in the last 24 hours. 234 persons recovered.
13,903 vaccines were administered on Wednesday. The total administered doses are already 1,695,298. 
Currently, 767,723 people have completed immunization, which is only 11.11% of the country's population.

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