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COVID-19 Forecast: Peak of the Fourth Wave in Bulgaria will be in September

The districts of Burgas, Plovdiv, Pazardzhik and Veliko Tarnovo will be the first to enter the red zone, says Prof. Vitanov

Bulgaria is already in the orange zone with an average incidence for the country of 113 per 100,000 people in the last 14 days, the health ministry announced on Monday.

Bucharest Prefecture analyses request of declaring state of alert in Sector 1 on waste issue

The Bucharest Prefect, Alin Stoica, announced on Thursday that he is analyzing the request of mayor Clotilde Armand in regards to declaring a state of alert in the capital's Sector 1 based on waste not being picked up, and will announce the decision by the end of the day.

Bucharest Prefect emphasizes that earthquake intervention plan must be as well structured as possible

Bucharest Prefect Alin Stoica underlined on Wednesday that the intervention plan in case of an earthquake must be as well structured as possible. "Starting three months ago, when I took office, I have been interested in this aspect, I even had a meeting with Mr.

Bucharest Prefect: Performance halls, restaurants indoors to operate at 30 pct capacity as of Monday

Performance halls and restaurants indoors to operate at 30 pct capacity as of Monday, said the Bucharest Prefect, Alin Stoica, on Sunday, following a reunion of the Bucharest City Committee for Emergency Situations (CMBSU).

Bucharest Prefect: Representatives of metro strikers understood it is important to cease protest; metro traffic to be resumed Saturday

The representatives of Metrorex employees understood that it is important to cease the protest, with the metro traffic to be resumed on Saturday, Bucharest City prefect Alin Stoica said on Friday.

Serbia Rejected More Asylum-Seekers in 2020: Report

A new report by a Serbian human rights lawyer published on Wednesday said that the country only accepted 27 per cent of 223 applications for asylum last year, fewer than in 2019.

"The first conclusion that can be drawn from these figures is that the number of total decisions has dropped by 28 per cent in comparison to 2019 and was the lowest in the past four years," the report said.