Todor Kantardzhiev

Bulgarian Prof. Kantardzhiev: Cellular Immunity after Vaccination Protects Against All Variants of COVID-19

"The cellular immunity that humans acquire when vaccinated against Covid-19 protects against all previous variants of the coronavirus." This was said on the air of the Bulgarian National Radio by Prof.

Prof. Kantardzhiev with a Forecast: When COVID-19 will Weaken and When the Masks will Fall

"The cellular immunity of vaccinated and sick people is strong enough against Omicron. I expect a decrease in the cases in Sofia, Blagoevgrad, Pernik, Kyustendil and an increase in Northeastern Bulgaria within a week. In the Burgas region, the cases will be stationed and reduced. At the end of March we will have a sharp decline," this was stated on Nova TV by Prof.

Bulgarian Professor: At the End of Spring the Cases will Decrease Sharply

"The good thing about Omicron is that a very low percentage of people are admitted to hospitals and a very low percentage have severe symptoms of the disease." This was said on the Bulgarian National Radio by Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev, advisor to the Sofia Municipality on health issues and former director of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.

Bulgarian Prof. Kantardzhiev: Probability that Vaccines Don’t Work at all with Omicron is Very Small

Existing coronavirus vaccines are unlikely to not work at all with the new variant Omicron. But they may work less.

This was stated by Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev on bTV. He reminded that the EC has signed an agreement with Pfizer that if a dangerous mutation of the virus occurs, the manufacturer is ready to provide an adapted vaccine in 100 days.

Bulgarian Prof. Kantardzhiev: Number of Deaths from Covid will Increase for some Time to Come

Currently, 113,000 people are actively ill with COVID-19, which has never been the case. What the ministry brags about, the directors of the hospitals say just the opposite. This was stated in "The day begins with Georgi Lyubenov" by the epidemiologist Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev.

Prof. Kantardzhiev: Next Year No One Will Want to Come to Bulgaria

"In Sofia, we expect the spread of the coronavirus to become diffused over the next ten days. There is still a reserve of hospital beds. If necessary, timely measures will be required." This was said to BNR by Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev, a consultant of the Sofia Municipality on vaccination.

NCIPD Director: Delta Variant of Covid-19 Leaves no Chance of Escape to Unvaccinated


After a contact with a coronavirus patient infected with Delta variant, there is no chance you will not get sick, said Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev, Direcrocr of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD) in the morning program of bTV.

Vaccination Consultant: Have a Jab before It Is Too Late

The last Covid-free month has elapsed. 393 new cases of infection were registered this morning. There are 20 days before the number of new infections rises considerably. It is highly recommendable that people get vaccinated within these 20 days, advised Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev, consultant on vaccination process with Sofia city council.

Covild-19: Indian Variant Found In Bulgaria Likely to Remain Isolated Case

There are probably no other patients infected with the "Delta" version of COVID-19.

The case was dated back to May, but was announced only yesterday. This led the Minister of Health Stoycho Katsarov to ask for an explanation from the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases whether there was a delay in announcing the information.