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A record number of vaccinated during the last day -20,236 reported by the Single Information Portal for February 24.
The newly infected were 1,733 documented after 12,066 tests - 6,331 PCR and 5,735 antigen.
This means that 14.4% of the tests were positive. The total number of confirmed cases in Bulgaria since March last year is 242,124.
"Illicit trade in forged US and Bulgarian ID documents has been intercepted," Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev wrote on Twitter.
The operation was carried out by the Prosecutor's Office and the GDBOP (organized crime task force) and targeted crimes in cyberspace.
The Prosecutor General also noted that "fighting cybercrime is a challenge that we successfully tackle."
Todor Kapitanov, labour law expert and National Secretary of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria, predicts that returning to the office will be the next major issue. Re-adjusting to the physical workplace will be just as hard as getting used to teleworking because employees have acquired new habits, Kapitanov told BTA.
Within the past 24 hours 1,800 newly infected (of them 37 are medics, 81 children) and 17,163 vaccinated against coronavirus have been documented, show the data from the Single Information Portal.
In the same period 45 patients died and 471 were cured.
Morbidity data are based on the results of 13,026 tests, of them 14% are positive.