Bulgaria confirms 75 deaths, 37 048 cases with COVID-19

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Bulgaria registered 75 deaths due to COVID-19 in the past week. According to the data posted by the unified information portal, Bulgaria’s death toll is linked to 37 048 cases.

According to the information provided by the sources, a total of 1 161 630 cases of new coronavirus have been confirmed in Bulgaria, including 2329 in the past week.

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As per the recent updates, there are 110 099 active cases. As compared to the figures of May 9, a decrease of 22 857 cases has been confirmed.

As of May 16, Bulgaria’s 14-day Covid-19 morbidity rate is 67.36 per 100 000 population, down from 89.24 on May 9.

There are 598 patients with Covid-19 in hospital in Bulgaria, 139 fewer than a week ago. Fifty-four are in intensive care, 24 fewer than the figure in the May 9 report.

Forty-three medical personnel tested positive in the past week, bringing the total to date to 24 507.

A total of 4 391 362 doses of vaccines against Covid-19 have been administered in Bulgaria, including 5023 in the past week.

A total of 2 057 788 people have completed the vaccination cycle, including 1090 in the past week, while 752 882 have received a booster dose of vaccine, including 3541 in the past week.

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