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16 Covid-related deaths for a day, total number of patients declines

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There were 2,318 new Covid cases registered in Bulgaria in the past day. The number of new cases rose by 1,907 in comparison to the previous day. Over 2/3 of the newly infected are non-vaccinated citizens. 23.6% of 9,800 tests returned positive result. The same indicator was 24% on Monday, according to the coronavirus.bg portal.

The total number of registered patients decreased by 1,236 to 25,915. There were 260 new hospitals admissions as 77% of the patients were not vaccinated. The total number of hospitalized patients decreased by 14 to 1,084. There are 50 people in intensive care.

16 coronavirus-related deaths were registered yesterday. None of those patients was vaccinated. The number of recoveries reached 3,538. A total of 1,767 vaccines were administered on Monday.


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