From February 4, according to the schedule, the present classes are allowed for the students from 5th to 12th grade. By his order, the Minister of Health extended the term of the temporary anti-epidemic measures introduced in the country, as of February 1 to April 30. With the order, the present classes are allowed for the students from 5th to 12th grade, observing the following schedule: - from 4.02.2021 to 17.02.2021 - students from 7th, 8th and 12th grade are trained in person; - from 18.02.2021 to 2.03.2021 - students from 5th, 10th and 11th grade are trained in person; - from 4.03.2021 to 17.03.2021 - the students in 6th, 9th and 12th grade are trained in person. From 1 February, visits to cinemas, as well as participation in creative, dance and musical arts classes, are allowed, using 30% of the capacity of the premises and observing physical distance. From the beginning of next month, the gyms can resume their work using up to 50% of the capacity of the premises. Until February 28, the visits to the restaurants and entertainment establishments have been suspended, allowing deliveries or taking food for the home and the office. An exception to the ban is allowed for restaurants in accommodation establishments under the current requirements. From March 1, visits to restaurants and entertainment are allowed, except for discos, bar clubs, piano bars, bar bars and night bars, using up to 50% of their capacity, a distance of 1.5 m. between the backs of chairs on two adjacent tables and the wearing of protective face masks by staff. From the beginning of the next month, both the shopping centers and the malls will resume their work, and minors have the right to visit them only if they are accompanied by a parent, guardian or other adult. From January 29, those arriving in the country must submit a document for a negative result from a PCR test As of January 29 (Friday) to April 30, the requirement for those arriving in Bulgaria to submit a document for a negative result from a PCR test conducted up to 72 hours before entering the country is introduced. Bulgarian citizens and persons with the status of permanent, long-term or long-term residence in the country and their family members who do not present the document are placed under a 10-day quarantine. Exceptions to the requirement for a negative PCR test result are allowed for drivers of buses engaged in international transport, drivers of trucks performing or terminating international transport, crews of vessels and aircraft, border workers and transit through the country. From February 1 in indoor public places it is mandatory to wear protective masks for single or multiple use From February 1 to April 30, all citizens who are in closed public places, incl. and in public transport, must wear a face mask. The same requirement applies to open public spaces, where crowding cannot be avoided. This means that it is no longer possible to use helmets or other means covering the nose and mouth instead of a mask. Exceptions are allowed for the customers of the places of eating and drinking establishments, when the visits in the latter are allowed, for the sportsmen, for the children up to 6 years of age, as well as for the speakers during seminars, press conferences, etc.