Almost All of Bulgaria is in the Dark Red COVID Zone

A record number of new COVID-19 infections were reported by health authorities in the last 24 hours. As of today, almost all of Bulgaria is in the dark red zone, after Razgrad and Targovishte also crossed the threshold of over 500 infected per 100,000 people. The only exception at the moment remains the district of Kardzhali.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Only 7 Districts in the Country remain in the Dark Red Zone

Only 7 districts in the country remain in the dark red zone in terms of 14-day morbidity per 100,000 population. These are the districts of Vratsa, Gabrovo, Montana, Pernik, Ruse, Sofia district and Sofia-city. In the yellow zone, with a morbidity of up to 250 per 100 thousand people, in addition to Kardzhali district is now Silistra district.

Over 3,200 Students from 5th to 12th Grade Returned to Class in Sofia

More than 3,200 students from 5th to 12th grade returned to class in Sofia today. Most of them are in private schools. The only municipal school in the capital, the 164th Spanish-language high school, Miguel de Cervantes, managed to bring together 176 green-certified students in 8th, 9th and 10th grades. Ten of the 28 classes there are already conducting face-to-face training.

Bulgaria: Incidence of COVID-19 in the Country on a Two-Week Basis is 909 per 100,000 people

The incidence of COVID-19 in the country on a two-week basis is 909 per hundred thousand population. This is shown by the data from the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.

Only the district of Kardzhali is in the yellow zone in terms of morbidity, two are in the red zone, all the others are in the dark red zone.


COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 469 Active Cases, 5545 Hospitalized

469 are the new cases according to the Unified Information Portal. 2,973 tests were performed, of which 1,759 PCR and 1,214 antigenic. Of these, 15.77% are positive - 316 PCR and 153 antigenic.

There are 95 new cases in the capital, 56 in Plovdiv and 47 in Varna. There are no new cases in Kardzhali district, and in 12 other districts there are less than 10 cases.

1,911 COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria, 46 Newly Registered

46 news cases of Covid-19 were registered in Bulgaria in the past 24 hours. 22 people were admitted to hospital in the past 24 hours. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases reached 1,911, the Secretary of the National Operational Headquarters Associate Professor Dimo Dimov announced at the regular morning briefing held at the Council of Ministers building.

Women in Bulgaria Live on Average 7 Years Longer than Men

The difference between the average life expectancy of women and men in Bulgaria is exactly 7 years in favor of the female, with the ladies in our country registering an average age of survival of 78.4 years, while for the men the statistics report 71.4 years. This is shown by data from an analysis of Eurostat on average life expectancy in the EU for the period 2017-2018.