COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa

Tough times in fight against virus ‘left behind’

Turkey's Health Minister Fahrettin Koca has said the difficult period in the fight against COVID-19 has been left behind and life will turn to normal soon, but stressed the current personal measures taken in protection against the virus will continue.

Noting that the pandemic was still on the agenda, Koca assured that "this will change in a short time."

Prof. Kantardzhiev with a Forecast: When COVID-19 will Weaken and When the Masks will Fall

"The cellular immunity of vaccinated and sick people is strong enough against Omicron. I expect a decrease in the cases in Sofia, Blagoevgrad, Pernik, Kyustendil and an increase in Northeastern Bulgaria within a week. In the Burgas region, the cases will be stationed and reduced. At the end of March we will have a sharp decline," this was stated on Nova TV by Prof.

Bulgarian Doctor: We don’t have a Protocol on How to Treat Children and Pregnant Women with Covid

"We do not have a protocol on how to treat children and pregnant women with covid. Most people do not want to register, most parents do not want to examine their children. With Omicron the disease is milder than a mild flu - runny nose and sore throat for 2 days and ends.

Omicron 2: 150% more contagious than the original variant – Not more dangerous

The Omicron sub-variant with the scientific name BA.2, also known as "stealth" or Omicron 2, which is constantly gaining ground in several countries, is not a cause for serious concern, as it is unlikely to "insidiously" create a new catastrophic epidemic. wave and change the course of the pandemic again.

Bulgarian Professor: Next Week We will Reach the Peak of the Fifth Covid Wave

"We have been climbing the fifth wave of Covid all week and we have no reason to be optimistic. I think we will reach a peak next week - maybe by Tuesday, Wednesday we will have 15,000 infected a day, after which there will be a decline." This was said to BNR by Prof. Penka Petrova, director of the Institute of Microbiology at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

Bulgarian Expert: There should be Vaccination against COVID-19 Every Year

"I do not believe that Omicron will end the pandemic. New variants of the virus are constantly appearing. The mutation of the virus is a normal biological process. For every virus - not just this one. There will be many other mutations. The question is not whether the pandemic with Omicron will disappear, but what measures will be taken.