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Russia is expelling the Bulgarian military attache's aide Lieutenant-Colonel Mitko Borisov in retaliation for the expulsion of a Russian diplomat from Sofia. A note to this effect was handed to Bulgaria's ambassador in Moscow Atanas Krastin, who was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry on Monday.
The number of people who would like to get vaccinated against Covid-19 is growing in Bulgaria, Health Minister Kostadin Angelov said in the morning program of the Bulgarian National TV.
He attributed this willingness to have the vaccine to the fact that there is already enough information about its effect that is available to citizens.
In the past 24 hours there are 337 new cases of coronavirus registered in Bulgaria, according to the data of the Single Information Portal, BNR reported.
Positive tests were 14.2 percent of the 2,369 tests made. Of these, 1,012 were PCR tests and 1,357 - antigen. By PCR, 189 positive samples were identified, and by antigen tests - 148.
While it dramatically changed everyone's lives, the epidemic postponed or completely canceled some of the business' plans, while others it drew nearer in time by at least 1-2 years. Consumers in Bulgaria, those who got stuck in the time around the beginning of the transition, abruptly recalled what it was like to wait in line for food, with the difference that now food is not in short supply.
In the last 24 hours, 332 new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Bulgaria, with 2,810 PCR tests carried out, data from the Single Information Portal show. In percentage, 11.8% of those tested were infected.
In total, the number of tests carried out since the beginning of the pandemic is 1,130,629.
257 are the new cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours. This is shown by the data of the Unified Information Portal. Tests performed for 2072. This makes 12.4% positive.
For the last day the cured are 1186.
The active cases are currently 80,976. There are 5,580 patients in hospital, and 512 are in intensive care units.