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  • #1982

    883 new COVID-19 cases reported.

    3901 people have been vaccinated in the past 24 hours
    The new cases of coronavirus infection are 883 after 10,541 tests performed, according to the latest data from the Single Coronavirus Information Portal. Positive samples reached 8.3%. Most of the new cases are in the capital city – 226, followed by Plovdiv with 67 and Burgas with 63 cases.

    There are 20,545 active COVID-19 cases. 3,033 patients are being treated in hospitals. 277 patients are in intensive care. 54 people passed away in the past day. 780 people have recovered. For the first time in a month, the number of newly infected per day exceeds the number of recoveries.

    3901 people have been vaccinated in the past 24 hours. The total number of vaccinated people has already reached 54,025 and 17,096 people have already received a second dose of the vaccine.

    #1995

    More newly infected than cured with COVID-19 per day.

    The percentage of positive samples today is 6.8
    182 new cases of coronavirus in our country. They were found after 2,663 tests, which means that the percentage of positive samples is about 6.8, according to data from the Unified Information Portal.

    By districts, most new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours were registered in Sofia – 80, followed by Blagoevgrad – 27 and Kyustendil – 14.

    The active cases of COVID-19 in the country are 21,152. Of these, 3,126 people were hospitalized, of which 278 in the intensive care unit.

    20 coronavirus infected people have died in the past 24 hours. 60 people who tested positive for coronavirus were reported to have been cured in the last 24 hours.

    #1998

    Two new strains of COVID-19 found in England are being studied.

    Health authorities have identified 76 cases of these variants of the virus
    Two new varieties of COVID-19 have been identified in England, with some similarities to the South African and Brazilian strains, a government advisory commission said today.

    One of the new species, first detected in Bristol, has been identified as a cause for concern by the Advisory Group on New and Emerging Respiratory Viral Threats.

    The other variety, first identified in Liverpool, has been identified by the group as an option under study.

    The new varieties have the E484K mutation, which occurs in the virus’s spiny protein, and represents the same change seen in the South African and Brazilian variants that has caused international concern.

    Health authorities in England have identified 76 cases of new variants of COVID-19 and are confident that the vaccines will be effective against them.

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    #2001

    182 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Bulgaria in the last 24 hours, 60 have been cured. Of these, 106 were detected by PCR tests and 76 by rapid antigens. A total of 2,663 tests performed during the last 24 hours, of which 1,590 were PCR and 1,073 were antigenic. This is shown by the data in the National Information System. The distribution by districts at the current address of the persons is as follows: Blagoevgrad – 27; Burgas – 1; Varna – 3; Veliko Tarnovo – 2; Vidin – 1; Vratsa – 1; Kyustendil – 14; Lovech – 1; Pazardzhik – 3; Pernik – 7; Pleven – 8; Plovdiv – 5; Razgrad – 6; Ruse – 1; Silistra – 3; Sliven – 3; Smolyan – 1; Sofia region – 10; Sofia city – 80; Haskovo – 4; Yambol – 1.

    223 734 are the total confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in our country. 21,152 of them are active. 193,251 people were cured. During the past 24 hours, 60 of them have been registered.

    With proven COVID-19, there are 3,126 patients in hospital facilities. 278 of them are accommodated in intensive care units or clinics.

    #2005
    Silviq Koleva
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    The new cases of coronavirus in our country – Bulgaria for the past 24 hours are 913 with 10,164 tests performed, according to the data from the Unified Information Portal.

    The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in Bulgaria is 226 974. The active cases are 22 236. The total number of hospitalized patients with coronavirus is 3230. The number of patients in intensive care units is 273.

    The cured for the last day are 697. For the past 24 hours 45 new deaths have been registered.

    The vaccine doses administered are a total of 66,163, of which 3,735 for the last day.

    #2049

    Over 10% are positive tests for coronavirus in Bulgaria today.

    1,246 are the new cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria with 11,545 tests performed. This means that the percentage of positive samples remains above 10 percent. . There were 564 patients cured in the last 24 hours, and 41 deaths. 4,582 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were given in 24 hours.

    #2053

    1,086 are new cases of coronavirus.

    This is shown by the data in the Unified Information Portal.
    1,086 are the new cases of coronavirus in our country when 10,926 tests were performed, the data in the Unified Information Portal show. This means that the percentage of positive samples remains around 10 percent.

    There were 744 patients cured in the last 24 hours, and 42 deaths.

    4,594 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were given in 24 hours.

    #2056
    Silviq Koleva
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    10% had severe symptoms
    About 1.5 million Bulgarians or 1/3 of the adults in the country have already had COVID-19, survey of Gallup International Balkan show. It has been conducted under the face-to-face method. A total of 1011 people took part in the servey.

    10% of those infected had severe symptoms. The highest number of infections was reported among younger people in Sofia and other big cities. The lowest number of Covid-19 cases was confirmed among people aged 65 and above and those living in the countryside.

    27% of the respondents are ready to be vaccinated against COVID-19. 48% of them, mainly young people from Sofia and the big cities, refuse to receive vaccines. About 24% of the respondents hesitate. 1% of the people who took part in the servey said they had already received vaccines.

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