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One person died overnight with Covid 


In the last 24 hours, 58 new cases of Covid infection have been reported in the country. Cases are down by 127 compared to the previous day. More than 65.5% of the newly infected were not vaccinated. Of the 993 tests carried out, 5.84% were positive, compared to 6% on Saturday, the portal coronavirus.bg reported.   

The number of registered active cases increased by 53 to 4,441, down from 5,404 cases a week earlier. Nine people were hospitalized - six of them, or more than 66%, were not vaccinated. Hospitalized persons increased by three to 354. There were 40 infected in the intensive care unit.  
One person was recorded to have died during the day with a confirmed case. He had not been immunised. 

On Saturday, four people were cured. Eight vaccines were administered.

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