Bulgarian Red Cross

Weather in Bulgaria: Red Code for Dangerous Heat in 3 Provinces - Don’t Go Out Today!

Fire risk remains high due to dangerously hot weather today and in the coming days.

On this occasion, the fire department in Haskovo sent a warning to all mayors - to inform farmers to refrain from cleaning pastures, meadows and forest areas, and house owners - not to light fires in the open air.

The Bulgarian Red Cross is Distributing Water Today due to the Intense Heat

Due to the high summer temperatures, from today, July 14, 2023 (Friday), the Bulgarian Red Cross starts distributing bottled mineral water in the capital during the hot hours of the day. The organization's volunteers will be from 12:00 p.m. at two busy locations in Sofia - on "Slaveykov Square" and in the space in front of the National Palace of Culture.

Bulgaria: Hurricane Wind Damaged a Commercial Establishment and Cars in Pazardzhik

A hurricane-like wind with a speed of over 100 km/h broke the glass window of a food establishment in Pazardzhik.

The area around it is cordoned off, the pavement has not yet been cleared. Glass is scattered everywhere, it is a miracle that no one was injured in the accident.

Bulgaria: Anti-Hail Missiles Fired in 9 Districts

The Hail Combatting Executive Agency (HCEA) provides anti-hail missile protection on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria in the districts of Vidin, Montana, Vratsa, Pleven, Pazardzhik, Plovdiv, Stara Zagora, Sliven and Haskovo and the village of Tazha, and by air in North Central and Northeastern Bulgaria, the Agency announced.

The Bulgarian Red Cross has Opened a Bank Account to Help the Victims of Ukraine

The bank account is published on the website of the Bulgarian Red Cross, and later an additional option for online donations will be activated through the website of the organization.

The campaign for collecting material donations throughout the country continues, the organization announced.

How to Help People in Ukraine if You are in Bulgaria

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 1733 New Cases

1733 are the positive tests for coronavirus for the last 24 hours in our country. This is shown by the current data on the spread of the infection. The tests performed are nearly 23,300, which means that the percentage of infected is 7.44 percent.

The number of patients cured in the last 24 hours was 485. There were 34 patients with COVID infection.