Ministry of Interior

Coronavirus Cases in Bulgaria Rises to 313, Fifth Death

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Bulgaria has risen to 313. There are 37 new cases in the past 24 hours, the head of the national task force, Major-General, Prof. Ventsislav Mutafchiyski told the daily morning briefing on March 28.

A fourth person has died in Pirogov hospital in Sofia, the fifth in Blagoevrgrad.

China Supplies Bulgaria with Respirators and Masks for nearly € 3 Million

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and members of the government held an extraordinary meeting today via videoconference. The cabinet approved a contract with the Chinese National Foreign Trade Pharmaceutical Corporation for the supply of personal protective equipment and medical equipment.

Bulgaria Closed its Borders to non-EU Countries, some Countries from the EU and Switzerland

It is forbidden to enter the territory of Bulgaria from 00.00 on March 20 until April 17, inclusive, to all third-country nationals at all border crossings by aircraft, sea, rail and road. This is reported by the press centre of the Ministry of Interior, BNR reported.

The Government of Serbia passed the Decree: Constitution guaranteed rights restricted

The regulation, passed on March 15, and published today in the Official Gazette, states that the Ministry of the Interior, in agreement with the Ministry of Health, may temporarily restrict or prohibit the movement of persons in public places.