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Jaycey

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Bulgaria
Seems you are well ahead of us here in Ukraine Derek..

Cases: 1,477,190
Deaths: 28,697
Recovered: 1,232,209
Vaccinations: 62, 083

And now the telephone registration system for vaccinations isn’t working!

Wattamess!
 
Bulgaria
Bulgaria under Total Lockdown from Monday, National Operative Headquarters to Come out with New Restrictions Tomorrow.

For the moment, there is no need to impose a curfew in Sofia, Director of Regional Health Inspectorate - Sofia Dr. Pancho Penchev told BNT after it became clear yesterday that a tightening of measures is being considered due to the spike in infections and the mounting pressure on the Sofia hospitals.

Since the beginning of the year on the territory of Sofia-region there have been 21,018 positive cases, with 9,730 new casesfrom March 1 alone. Since 1 January, 385 coronavirus patients have died, with 97 in the last 15 days. Infected medical staff in the last 15 days are 163. The number of children in contact with infected in kindergartens and nurseries is 2,957 and among the school students they are 4,131.

Breaking News! Sofia Under Total Lockdown from Friday – Schools, Malls, Gyms, Restaurants, Kindergartens Shut Doors. “We are faced with the situation we had in late October and early November last year, but now things are developing faster. The situation is very serious,” Dr. Penchev is adamant. Careful assessment of each hospital‘s capacity should be made, such as their bed base, structure, staff, therefore RHI-Sofia evaluates each medical institution individually. The pressure over hospitals is mounting, the dynamics are very high because both people brought in by ambulances to emergency services and persons who come on their own or are sent by general practitioners are hospitalized, Dr. Penchev added.

What will be the new measures? What the Sofia RHI proposes as measures to curb the spread of the infection is: closing malls, shopping centers, gyms, restaurants for 14 days, starting from Saturday morning (March 20). In addition - kindergartens and nurseries, schools, extracurricular activities to be closed as well as all cultural venues - theaters, operas, cinemas. The measures are concrete, clear-cut, enter into force at a certain point and are imposed for a certain time, we monitor the situation closely. We have a huge desire to stop the virus as if with a magic wand, but unfortunately it strikes back in new forms, Dr. Penchev stressed.

Analyzing the situation, we found that control at exit and entrance points to cities did not yield the necessary effect and we are more conservative now in adopting new restrictive measures, he added. When asked about the special shopping slots for the elderly in the big food chains (the so-called “green lanes”), Dr. Penchev said: “There has been a period when this measure was neglected, but it continues to work and will continue to be in effect, so the green lanes remain in place. We have not proposed a ban for beauty parlors and hairdressers, but closed the casinos and dance schools, he said.

As for Sofia hospitals, there are pediatric Covid wards in Pirogov emergency hospital, St. Anna University hospital and the Pediatric Hospital. There are also neonatological beds for newborns, because there are quite a few pregnant women with coronavirus, added the director of RHI-Sofia.
What is the situation with vaccines? Commenting on the vaccination campaign, Dr. Penchev explained that on Thursday, official opinion of EMA on the Astra Zeneca is expected. On Monday, 21,060 Pfizer vaccines arrived in Bulgaria, and on Friday we are awaiting the first delivery of Moderna, a total of 85,000 doses, which are due to be delivered by the end of March. With regard to those vaccinated with the first dose of AstraZeneca, CEO of Pirogov emergency hospital, Prof. Asen Baltov commented to NOVA TVthat there are enough doses for the second shot.
 
Bulgaria
Bulgaria under Total Lockdown Again, Ten Days of Draconian Restrictions Follow. Starting Monday 22nd of March.

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Caseload Growing – 4,201 Newly Infected, 136 Deaths. In the past 24 hours 4,201 new coronavirus-infected people have been registered after 17,652 tests. That means nearly 24% of tests were positive. Yesterday, 136 people have died, data from the Single Information Portal show. A total of 11,715 people with coronavirus have died in our country since the beginning of the pandemic. The active cases as of March 18 were 49,597. Of those, 7,804 people were hospitalized, including 609 in intensive care.

The most cases were established in the capital Sofia - 1097, Varna - 305, Burgas - 291, Plovdiv 263. More than 100 are also cases in the districts: Sofia region - 167, Stara Zagora 157, Pleven - 149, Blagoevgrad - 134, Ruse - 124, Shumen - 123, Vratsa - 122, Haskovo 113, Silistra - 112, Pernik - 106, Dobrich - 105.

Case count in other regions :- YAMBOL - 71. Pazardzhik - 95, Sliven - 91,, Veliko Tarnovo - 88, Kyustendil - 87, Lovech - 74, Montana - 69, Gabrovo - 62, Smolyan - 57, Kardzhali - 51, Razgrad - 36, Vidin - 30, Targovishte - 22.

In 24 hours 1,641 people with a positive coronavirus test have recovered. The total number of cured is 230,457. Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, 350,702 doses of vaccine have been administered in Bulgaria, 4,708 of them in the last 24 hours. By March 18, 291,769 confirmed cases of infection in Bulgaria since the outbreak of the epidemic in March 2020.
 

enoch

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Bulgaria
Bulgaria under Total Lockdown Again, Ten Days of Draconian Restrictions Follow. Starting Monday 22nd of March.

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Caseload Growing – 4,201 Newly Infected, 136 Deaths. In the past 24 hours 4,201 new coronavirus-infected people have been registered after 17,652 tests. That means nearly 24% of tests were positive. Yesterday, 136 people have died, data from the Single Information Portal show. A total of 11,715 people with coronavirus have died in our country since the beginning of the pandemic. The active cases as of March 18 were 49,597. Of those, 7,804 people were hospitalized, including 609 in intensive care.

The most cases were established in the capital Sofia - 1097, Varna - 305, Burgas - 291, Plovdiv 263. More than 100 are also cases in the districts: Sofia region - 167, Stara Zagora 157, Pleven - 149, Blagoevgrad - 134, Ruse - 124, Shumen - 123, Vratsa - 122, Haskovo 113, Silistra - 112, Pernik - 106, Dobrich - 105.

Case count in other regions :- YAMBOL - 71. Pazardzhik - 95, Sliven - 91,, Veliko Tarnovo - 88, Kyustendil - 87, Lovech - 74, Montana - 69, Gabrovo - 62, Smolyan - 57, Kardzhali - 51, Razgrad - 36, Vidin - 30, Targovishte - 22.

In 24 hours 1,641 people with a positive coronavirus test have recovered. The total number of cured is 230,457. Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, 350,702 doses of vaccine have been administered in Bulgaria, 4,708 of them in the last 24 hours. By March 18, 291,769 confirmed cases of infection in Bulgaria since the outbreak of the epidemic in March 2020.
Some people will never learn. This is not a game.
 
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Covid-19 immunisation with AstraZeneca vaccine resumes throughout Bulgaria tomorrow.

As of tomorrow, March 19, immunization against COVID-19 with Astra-Zeneca's vaccine is resumed in Bulgaria. This was announced by the Executive Director of the Medicines Executive Agency (BDA) Bogdan Kirilov at a briefing on the opinion of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) on the safety of the Oxford vaccine.
 
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