Military Medical Academy

Good News!: One of COVID-19 Infected in Bulgaria is Cured

One patient infected with COVID-19 gave two negative samples, and will be discharged from the MMA on Saturday. This was announced by Prof. Mutafchiiski at a briefing.

Other two patients, are in very good condition and are expected to be discharged from the MMA soon. However, their samples are still positive.

Boyko Borissov Tested Negative for COVID-19, a total of 62 Cases Confirmed in Bulgaria

62 are infected with a COVID-19 in Bulgaria. This was announced by Prof. Ventsislav Mutafchiiski at a briefing. 4 of the 95 samples taken at the MMA were positive. The patients are under home treatment.

145 samples were taken at the National Laboratory, 6 of which were positive.

Eight New Cases of Coronavirus Confirmed in Bulgaria, Bringing the Total to 51

Eight new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Bulgaria on March 15, bringing the total to 51, the head of the national task force, prof. Ventsislav Mutafchiyski said at the regular daily briefing at 5 pm.

Six cases were confirmed from 83 samples tested in the Military Medical Academy and two from 51 samples from the National Reference Laboratory.

Tight-Lipped Balkan Governments Scramble to Defend Against COVID-19

"It's confidential," Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic told a press conference on Thursday when asked how many ventilators the country has.

"At this moment, this is treated practically as a state secret in all countries," Brnabic said, but assured reporters that "Serbia has enough ventilators."

8 Samples in Pleven and Gabrovo will be Re-Examined because of Doubtful Results

There are no new cases of coronavirus infected people in Bulgaria so far. However, there are eight samples in Pleven and Gabrovo that will be repeated one more time. This was announced at a regular briefing by the Head of the Military Medical Academy, Major General Prof. Dr.

Mayor: There is no coronavirus infection in Belgrade, no ban on public gatherings

"Experts and response teams of Belgrade's Public Health Emergency Operations Center have convey regular meetings on these issues. The latest information is that we do not have anyone infected with the coronavirus in Belgrade, and therefore, there is no need to ban gatherings in Belgrade," Radojicic said.

Dozens of People who were in Contact with the Coronavirus-Infected People in Bulgaria are being Tested

There was no change in the number of the people infected with coronavirus. This was said at a regular briefing in front of the MMA by Major General Professor Dr. Ventsislav Mutafchiiski, Head of the Military Medical Academy (MMA) and Chairman of the National Operations Headquarters.

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