Ministry of Health
The European digital covid certificates for vaccination of 93 thousand Bulgarians expire on February 1 and will not be valid when traveling in the EU, the Ministry of Health announced. Gradually, this number will expand with the first vaccinated in early 2021.
From Feb 1: Covid Certificates of over 93,000 Bulgarian Citizens will not be Valid in the EU
Nearly 10,000 Bulgarians drink chlorine dioxide, a bleach-like preparation, to protect themselves from COVID, according to a bTV investigation.
More than 10,000 Bulgarians already believe that chlorine dioxide, distributed online as CDS or MMS, is a health secret. Chlorine dioxide is a disinfectant that is similar to bleach, according to the investigation.
The European digital COVID certificates for vaccination of 93 thousand citizens, whose vaccination course was completed more than 270 days ago on February 1, will not be valid for travel to the EU, the Ministry of Health announced.
European Green Certificates for Completed Vaccination Course will be Valid for 270 days
Kosovo will not withdraw its decision to demand three COVID-19 vaccine doses or two doses together with a negative PCR test for foreigners entering the country or for citizens who have spent more than 12 hours abroad, despite complaints from people and businesses in the region who frequently pass the border.
The National Social Security Institute (NSSI) is starting the payment of the one-time supplement of BGN 75 to the pensions of Bulgarian pensioners who have met the requirements for completed vaccination course or have a booster vaccine dose. This was announced by the National Social Security Institute.
On the occasion of journalistic questions related to the statements of Assoc. Prof. Atanas Mangarov on the air of Nova TV (January 16 this year): "564 people who died, they died because they were vaccinated", the Bulgarian Ministry of Health and the Executive Agency for Medicines inform all Bulgarian citizens:
As of Thursday, January 20, citizens of the Republic of North Macedonia, Israel, Turkey, and Serbia and members of their families arriving from a Member State of the European Union, the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Republic of North Macedonia, the State of Israel, the Republic of Turkey and the Re