The so-called green corridors (walk in vaccination centres) will continue to function over the weekend, and next week new instructions are expected from the caretaker minister of health, Prof. Asen Baltov, Director of Pirogov emergency hospital said..
Mass vaccination of people employed at hotels and restaurants in Sunny Beach People employed at large hotels and restaurants have been undergoing mass vaccination as Sunny Beach prepares to open to tourists on 1 June. A green corridor for..
Fifth vaccination phase can begin: National Vaccine Task Force The National Vaccine Task Force is of the opinion that the fifth phase of vaccination can now begin, Chief State Health Inspector Assoc. Prof. Angel Kunchev announced..
Pfizer is the most preferred vaccine in Bulgaria. The highest number of jabs have been administered in the age group between 25 and 49 years. At the moment there are enough doses, and in the last week of May another 400,000 are coming, said the outgoing..
The probability of having to take a Covid-19 vaccine every year is not high: head of WHO Bulgaria office “The probability of having to take a Covid-19 vaccine every year is not high,” Mihail Okoliiski, head of the World Health Organization’s..
The so-called "green corridors" – walk-in vaccination centres – remained open nationwide to all people wanting to get a vaccine on Easter Day, with queues forming in front of some of them. The biggest hospitals in Sofia – the Military Medical..
Chief State Health Inspector Dr. Angel Kunchev announced that the vaccination task force will make a decision on the administering of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in Bulgaria on Monday at the earliest, BNR’s Horizont channel reports. He..
21 , 060 doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against Covid-19 arrived in Bulgaria today, the Health Ministry has announced. The vaccines are being distributed among the regional health inspectorates. Many of the “green corridors”,..
“We need unity, solidarity and support more than ever before so as to stop the pandemic and address the grave social and economic consequences,” said Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva. The video conference she took part in, with the..
There are still Bulgarians who want to return to their homeland, Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva said . Most of them live permanently abroad and because of the crisis have lost their jobs or they would like to return home because they..