Todor Kantardzhiev

The First Two Cases of Coronavirus in Bulgaria were Registered

The first two cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria were registered. This was confirmed by the National Operations Headquarters at an emergency briefing at midnight. It is a 27-year-old patient from Pleven and a 75-year-old patient from Gabrovo. People who have been in contact with them in recent days will also be quarantined.

Is the Ukrainian Citizen who was Hospitalized in Stara Zagora Infected with the Coronavirus?

The Ukrainian, admitted to a hospital in Stara Zagora, isn't infected with COVID-19.

"The sample for a coronavirus of the Ukrainian citizen who was hospitalized in Stara Zagorais negative," Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev, director of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases, said.

How to Protect Yourself from the Forthcoming "Fall" Viruses?

Headache, very strong runny nose, sore throat, dry cough are part of the symptoms of rhinoviruses that are typical for the fall season.

The ailment usually lasts for one week and at 25% for two weeks, explained Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev, director of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.

Rise in Incidence of Lyme Disease, Marseilles Fever, Dysentery and Salmonella in Bulgaria

Sofia. We have registered a rise in incidence of Lyme disease, Marseilles fever, dysentery and salmonella, Director of the National Cetnre for Contagious and Parasitic Diseases and epidemiologist Prof. Dr. Todor Kantardzhiev said in an interview with Focus News Agency.

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