Parents, parent organizations and child psychologists approach the Ombudsman every day with information about worrying symptoms among children due to the lockdown. According to data from the NGO sector, as a result of restricted social..
Regardless of the extraordinary circumstances in which the programme of the Sofia Music Weeks festival had to be prepared, it will be, as usual, varied and impressive. The forthcoming 52 nd edition of this prestigious international festival..
Music must reflect life in order to be real, honest and to touch people’s hearts,” Ludmil Krumov says. Like many musicians, he continues to work and communicate with the world through his favorite art despite the lockdown. His latest project..
The Bulgarian state has allocated BGN 52 million (just over EUR 26 million) to support families with children under 14 years of age. The aid is for parents who are on unpaid leave to take care of their children after schools switched to online leaning..
Since March 22, Bulgaria is in the third lockdown since the beginning of the pandemic. The "Closed" sign can once again be seen on the doors of hundreds of companies. How will this affect Bulgarian businesses? According to Adrian Nikolov..
Additional anti-epidemic measures are in force in Bulgaria in the period March 22- 31. The reason is the rise in the number of Covid-19 patients and those hospitalized. The malls are closed, except for the grocery stores,..
The increase in the number of Covid-19 deaths per 100,000 people is worrying. The indicator is a result of a range of complex factors, but it is also due to the missed prevention of chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, Dr. Dancho..
“No one believes that the lockdown will only last 14 days. A shutdown like this is admissible only if it is for absolutely all catering establishments and state institutions. So, let there be a two-week total lockdown,” the Bulgarian Association..
The planned closure of fitness centers, shopping malls and restaurants will not lead to a decrease in the number of coronavirus infections, Emil Kolarov from the Association of Restaurants in Bulgaria and Ventsislav Nikolov from the Bulgarian Retail..
Unemployment fell from 9% in May to 6.9% in October, this country’s Minister of Labor and Social Policy Denitsa Sacheva said for BNR. She forecasted that unemployment will slightly increase in December, because of the second lockdown and the..