COVID: Bulgaria registered 19 deaths and 726 new cases


Unified Information Portal reported on April 7, 2022, that nineteen people in Bulgaria who were covid positive died on April 5, while the country’s death toll linked to the disease to 36655.

Of 10 356 tests done in the past day, 726 – about 7.01 per cent – proved positive.


To date, 1 143 424 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Bulgaria, of which 171 639 are active. The number of active cases decreased by 583 in the past day.

The report said that 1290 people were registered as having recovered from the virus in the past day, bringing the total to 935 130.

As of April 7, Bulgaria’s Covid-19 14-day morbidity rate is 199.28 per 100 000 population, down from 211.22 on April 6.

There are 1373 patients with Covid-19 in hospital, with 115 newly admitted. There are 165 in intensive care, nine fewer than the figure in the April 6 report.

Twenty medical personnel tested positive in the past day, bringing the total to date to 24 157.

A total of 4 358 480 doses of vaccines against Covid-19 have been administered in Bulgaria, including 1748 in the past day.


A total of 2 051 667 people have completed the vaccination cycle, including 278 in the past day, while 728 383 have received a booster dose of vaccine, including 1350 in the past day.

Share post:



More like this

Dominica: Honorable Cozier P. Frederick Visits Sineku

The purpose of the trip was to show off the work of the department and have a conversation with the people of Sineku.

Britishvolt: EY Under Problem for Conflict of Interest

EY, one of the "Big Four" consulting firms, is being criticised for acting as both a consultant and an administrator for the failed battery start-up Britishvolt.

India Sends SCO Summit Invitation for Regional Cooperation

India has invited all SCO members to attend the Goa summit of foreign ministers scheduled for May 4-5, 2023.

UK Government announces cryptocurrency regulations

This week, the Treasury said there would be rules for making, lending, and digital trading tokens called cryptocurrencies.