Bulgaria reports 1,589 new cases of coronavirus, 594 of them are in Sofia 1,589 are the new cases of coronavirus registered in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours. This is 16.16% of the 9,831 PCR tests performed. First in the number of new..
There are no free beds for patients infected with coronavirus in the Sofia's Alexandrovska Hospital. "As one of the largest medical institutions in Sofia and in the country, we will have to open another Covid-19 ward," said the hospital's director,..
In an official position, the Bulgarian Medical Association (BMA) calls for the closure of nightclubs and discos, as well as for holding without audience all sports events during which the required distance cannot be provided. The union has..
The nightclubs in Sofia will be closed for two weeks. This was announced by Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandakova. The decision was taken by the municipal crisis headquarters and the Sofia Health Inspectorate. Universities are encouraged to move..
If foreign citizens temporarily residing in Bulgaria experience symptoms resembling a coronavirus infection, they will receive immediate medical assistance, the Sofia Regional Health Inspectorate assures. People with this condition can go to any..
By order of Bulgaria's Minister of Health Kostadin Angelov, as of Sunday, October 25, the medical establishments in the districts with morbidity over 120 people per 100 thousand population suspend the planned admission of patients and the planned..
1,589 are the new cases of coronavirus registered in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours. This is 16.16% of the 9,831 PCR tests performed. First in the number of new infections is Sofia with 594 positive tests, followed by Plovdiv - with 147, and..
Bulgaria reports 1,595 new cases of coronavirus infection, 235 recovered The new cases of coronavirus infection registered in Bulgaria for the past 24 hours have been 1595. This is 17.65% of a total of 9,038 PCR tests, according to data from the..
Bulgaria's Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova has talked with her Turkish counterpart Mehmet Ersoy, BTA reports. The investments that Bulgaria and Turkey have made in transport connectivity, the favourable conditions and the incentives provided to..
Despite the spike in Covid-19 cases and the tightening of anti-epidemic measures, the MPs in Bulgarian parliament are ostentatiously refusing to wear personal protective equipment in plenary. The latest such instance is of 65-year old Bulgarian..