Celebrities and Religious Leaders Will Try to Convince Bulgarian Roma to Vaccinate

Representatives of show biz, religious leaders and other authorities will provide the Roma population with reliable information in order to persuade people to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

This was announced by Deputy Minister of Health Alexander Zlatanov after a meeting with health mediators - the link between the authorities and the Roma community.

Bulgarians Who Were in Contact with Covid, May Be Six Times above Official Figures Says Survey

Nearly 43% of the population of Bulgaria might have been exposed to the coronavirus. This shows a study conducted by one of the largest chains of laboratories in the country. 

Laboratory samples were processed for N-antibodies, 2,665 , randomly selected in the period May 25 - June 11, 2021, from 38 towns in the country. 

CNCAV: New tranche of Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) vaccine to arrive to Romania on Tuesday

A number of 208,800 doses of the Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) vaccine will arrive on Tuesday at the "Cantacuzino" National Institute for Medical-Military Research and Development, informs the National Coordinating Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination Activities (CNCAV).

Top psychologists to provide online training on COVID-19


A Turkish mental health association will bring together its members and world-renowned psychologists in online training to help repair the psychosocial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

On June 17, Canadian psychologist Paul Bloom gave online training on "The Pleasure of Suffering and the Search for Meaning," the Mental Health Association said in a statement.

Healthcare investments worth EUR 1.9 billion planned through 2031

Ljubljana – The government has passed legislation that involves EUR 1.9 billion in spending on health investments over the next ten years for hospitals and educational institutions to beef up the capacity of the national health system. The money will be secured in regular annual budgets from 2021 to 2031.