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Visitors at public facilities are no longer required to present green certificate

Photo: Ani Petrova, BNR

As of March 10, visitors at public facilities are no longer required to present a green certificate. This is the second step to ease anti-epidemic restrictions, which is due to the falling coronavirus morbidity in Bulgaria. However, the green certificate remains mandatory for the staff employed at public facilities.

The restriction on the number of children attending in-person classes in various educational centers and schools has been lifted as well. 

The anti-epidemic measures introduced in Bulgarian schools are expected to be abolished in the coming days.

Bulgaria has updated its list of countries it deems to be “Covid-19 red zones” and has abolished the category “dark red zones”.

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