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485 Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria, 14 People Died

This is indicated by the data of the National Operational Headquarters

485 are the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria, and the victims of the virus are 14. This is according to the latest data from the National Operational Headquarters.

An 83-year-old woman with COVID-19 died at Alexandrovska Hospital. She suffered from hypertension and diabetes.

422 COVID-19 Infected in Bulgaria, 207 are Hospitalized

422 are the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria according to data from the National Operational Headquarters. The new laboratory-proven cases are 10, 8 of them in Sofia and 2 of them in Blagoevgrad.

207 of the infected are hospitalized,18 of whom are in intensive care units.

There are 241 COVID-19 infected men and 181 COVID-19 infected women.

NIMH: Code Yellow and Code Orange Warning for Dangerous Weather in Place in 16 Bulgarian Regions

A Code Orange warning for heavy snow has been issued for two Bulgarian regions, another 14 regions have been warned with a Code Yellow, according to the website of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH).

399 COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria

399 are the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria according to data from the National Operational Headquarters. The new laboratory-proven cases are 20, 19 of them in Sofia and one in Pernik.

146 of the infected are hospitalized,14 of whom are intubated.

There are 227 COVID-19 infected men and 172 COVID-19 infected women.

354 COVID-19 Infected in Bulgaria

The total number of coronavirus infected in Bulgaria is 354, said the head of the National Operations Headquarters, Professor Ventsislav Mutafchiiski.

So far, 15 people have been cured, 8 people have died, with an average age of the dead - 66 years.

The most infected are in Sofia, where 13 cases were registered in the last 24 hours.

Turkish World Cup hero Reçber hospitalised with coronavirus

Former Turkish national team and ex-Barcelona goalkeeper Rüştü Reçber is in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus, his wife said.

Reçber took on hero status in Turkey as he kept goal at the 2002 World Cup, anchoring his team to the semi-finals and ultimately third place, their greatest ever performance in the tournament.    

Dr Stevanovic warns: Don't wait for it to pass, trust me - it won't

"Don't wait for 3, 5, 7, 10 days to pass by itself, believe me, it won't. You will come with a harder clinical picture", Dr Goran Stevanovic explains.
"This is a struggle for all of us," says Goran Stevanovic, Director of the Belgrade Clinic for Infectious Disease.
He stated that we need temporary hospitals because such healthcare facilities do not exist anywhere in the world.

New Death Case in Bulgaria, there are already COVID-19 Infected in Burgas and Pernik

There is a third coronavirus death in our country. An 82-year-old woman, who was in Pirogov, died. This was reported by Prof. Ventsislav Mutafchiiski at the morning briefing of the National Headquarters.

In addition, 2 new cases of COVID-19 patients in 2 new areas were registered in Bulgaria. These are Pernik and Burgas. The sick woman in Burgas was a cook in Bansko.