Bulgaria confirms more than 1300 covid cases; 41 causalities 

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The deaths of 41 people in Bulgaria who had tested positive for Covid-19 were registered in the past week, bringing the country’s death toll linked to the disease to 37 134, going by figures posted on the unified information portal on May 30.

To date, 1 164 732 cases of new coronavirus have been confirmed in Bulgaria, including 1319 in the past week. There are 76 901 active cases, a decrease of 6780 compared with the figure in the May 23 report.

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As of May 30, Bulgaria’s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 45.62 out of 100 000 population on a 14-day basis, down from 59.45 on May 23.

A total of 410 patients with Covid-19 are in hospital, a decrease of 101 in the past week, while 37 are in intensive care, six fewer than a week ago.

A total of 4 397 959 doses of vaccines against new coronavirus have been administered in Bulgaria, with 2830 in the past week.

A total of 2 059 200 people have completed the vaccination cycle, including 649 in the past week, while 757 548 have received a booster dose, including 1959 in the past week.

Bulgaria has lifted all of its travel restrictions from May 1, 2022; passengers from all over the world arriving in Bulgaria are longer obliged to follow covid related rules or provide a document including covid-19 vaccination certificates, covid medical examinations to enter the Republic of Bulgaria. 

Guidelines followed by Bulgaria:

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  • Bulgaria is following WHO and ECDC guidance on threat mitigation.
  • Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, insurance companies, and providers of telecom, postal and payment services remain open. Supplies, including food and medicine, remain plentiful.
  • Kindergartens and nurseries are open. Schools and universities in the country are attending in-person classes.
  • Masks: The Government of Bulgaria ended the requirement to wear a protective face mask in public places, the observance of a minimum physical distance, the restriction on the number of persons who can visit indoor sites at the same time, the restriction on attending face-to-face training, and the ban on visits hospitals and social service establishments.

 

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