Yellow code for heavy rainfall is in force for 14 districts in the country on 9 October. This is indicated by a reference on the NIMH website. These are Vidin, Montana, Vratsa, Sofia region, Sofia, Pernik, Kyustendil, Blagoevgrad, Pazardzhik, Smolyan, Kardzhali, Plovdiv, Lovech and Haskovo. The expected amount of precipitation is between 25 and 30 millimeters.
Last day you can count electronically. The deadline expires today at midnight.
Then the only way to enter the statistics is through a counter. The deadline for this is extended to 20.00 on October 10. The National Statistical Institute reminds about the advantages of filling in the data electronically.
Increase in the number of coronavirus infections and deaths in Bulgaria. The new cases are 2090. The percentage of infected is 6.5 when more than 32,000 tests are performed. 109 people lost the battle with the disease.
The largest number of infected is in Sofia, Plovdiv, and Stara Zagora. Another 10,412 doses of vaccine were given.
Turkey on Aug. 31 will take on Poland in the quarter-finals of the Women's European Volleyball Championship after making six wins in six games with a win over the Czech Republic.
The Turkish women defeated the Czechs 3-1 (25 - 13, 22 - 25, 25 - 14 and 25 - 13) on Aug. 29 in front of more than 2,000 Turkish fans in Kolodruma Sports Hall in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Romania got excellent results at the World Rowing Junior Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, two gold and one bronze medal, says Chair of the Romanian Rowing Federation Elisabeta Lipa. "For juniors, this is the first major competition this year, still dominated by pandemics and numerous restrictions. The results are excellent; we have a generation with very good potential for the future.