According to the unified information portal, Bulgaria registered 98 deaths of people who had tested positive for Covid-19 registered in the past day, the country’s Covid-19 death toll has passed the 34 000-mark, reaching 34 044.
The death toll from Covid-19 in Bulgaria exceeded the 25 000-mark on November 7, 26 000-mark on November 13, 27 000-mark on November 20, 28 000-mark on November 28, 29,000-mark on December 7 marks, 31,000-mark on December 18, 32,000-mark on January 3 and 33,000-mark on January 28.
To date, 1 011 588 new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Bulgaria, of which 261 942 are active.
The number of active cases rose by 365 in the past day.
Of 32 974 tests done in the past day, 8140 – about 24.68 per cent – proved positive.
As of February 9, the Covid-19 morbidity rate in Bulgaria is 1560.2 per 100 000 population on a 14-day basis, down from 1621.78 on February 8.
The report said that 7677 people had been registered as having recovered from the virus in the past day, bringing the total to 715 602.
There are 6274 patients with Covid-19 in hospital in Bulgaria, with 892 newly admitted. There are 625 in intensive care, two more than the figure in the February 8 report.
A total of 188 medical personnel tested positive in the past day, bringing the total to date to 21 861.
So far, 4 219 156 doses of vaccines against Covid-19 have been administered in Bulgaria, including 7616 in the past day.
A total of 2 017 293 people in Bulgaria have completed the vaccination cycle, including 2846 in the past day, while 640 275 have received a booster dose, including 4177 in the past day.
As per the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control’s (ECDC) online vaccine tracker, as of February 8, the uptake among the total population of Bulgaria of at least a single dose of vaccine was 29.7 per cent, of full vaccination 29.3 per cent and of a booster dose, 9.1 per cent.
The ECDC said that among the total population of the EU-EEA area, the uptake of at least a single dose was 74.1 per cent, of full vaccination 70.4 per cent and of a booster dose 45.9 per cent.