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Bulgaria reports 14% positive tests of Covid-19

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Over the past 24 hours, 538 cases of coronavirus have been identified out of 3,903 tests performed, according to the data of the Unified Information Portal. 14% of the samples tested positive. 60% of the newly infected persons are not vaccinated. The highest number of new cases is registered in Sofia - 178, in Varna - 58, and in Burgas - 41. 
There are 368 patients in hospital - 28 of them are in intensive care units. 76% of the newly admitted 54 patients have not been vaccinated. 

Two people died and none of them were immunized.

The number of recoveries is 806. 

Active cases number 59,523. 

Yesterday, 1,197 doses of vaccines against coronavirus were administered. There are 2,061,900 people with completed immunization. 768,379 also have received a booster dose.

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