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Bulgaria reports slight decrease in daily cases of Covid-19

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198 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in Bulgaria in the past 24 hours out of 3,554 tests performed. 5.5% of the tests returned positive result, data of coronavirus.bg show.

57 people have been hospitalized in the past day. 466 patients with an established coronavirus infection are being treated in hospital, as 55 are in intensive care units. 

2 Covid-related deaths have been registered in the past 24 hours. 818 people have been reported cured.

741 vaccine doses were administered on Thursday. 2,074,080 is the number of people with a completed vaccination cycle. 931,684 have had a booster dose. 59,115 people have had an adapted booster shot.


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