Bulgaria: 25 deaths and, 1552 people recovered within a day


On March 24, the unified information portal reported that Bulgaria had reported that 25 people positive with COVID-19 died yesterday. The country’s death toll is linked to the pandemic of 36,375.

On March 23, 13,017 tests were performed, and around 11.92 percent of people tested positive for covid.


Bulgaria confirmed 11,29,641 new coronavirus cases, out of which 1,91,254 are still active. The number of active cases decreased by 28 in the past day.

The report said that 1,552 people had recovered from the virus in the past day, bringing the total to 902 012.

As of March 24, Bulgaria’s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 314.51 per 100 000 population on a 14-day basis, down from 319.83 on March 23.

Due to COVID-19 around 2025 patients are admitted in the hospital, with 188 newl admitted. There are 233 in intensive care, three fewer than the figure in the March 23 report.

Thirty medical personnel tested positive in the past day, bringing the total to date to 23 918.

So far, 4 340 722 doses of vaccines against Covid-19 have been administered in Bulgaria, including 2082 in the past day.


The report said that 2 048 442 people had completed the vaccination cycle. This is an increase of 412 compared with the figure in the March 23 report.

A total of 715 012 people have received a booster dose of vaccine, including 1536 in the past day.

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