Infectious diseases

Bulgaria’s Government Proposes Extension of the Coronavirus State of Emergency

Bulgaria's Council of Ministers on April 1 decided to propose to the Parliament to extend the state of emergency to 13 May 2020.

The state of emergency was initially introduced for one month. It was approved by Bulgaria's Parliament on March 13 as a measure to limit the spread of the new coronavirus.

Covid-19 death toll rises to 50, total infections to 1,415

Greece reported 101 new confirmed infections of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, bringing the total to 1,415 cases, with deaths rising by one to a total of 50.

Of the new infections, 20 were confirmed on a ferryboat carrying 383 passengers and crew that is at anchor off the coast of the Port of Piraeus.

Covid-19 death toll rises to 50, new infections to 1,415

Greece reported 101 new confirmed infections of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, bringing the total to 1,415 cases, with deaths rising by one to a total of 50.

Of the new infections, 20 were confirmed on a ferryboat carrying 383 passengers and crew that is at anchor off the coast of the Port of Piraeus.

Because of the Self-Isolation: A Baby Boom is Expected Next Year

Because of the self-isolation imposed by the authorities over the pandemic with the new virus, British experts expect a real baby boom to be observed in the UK early next year, the Daily Mail writes. Dr Sheri Jacobson, clinical director at Harley Therapy, a psychotherapy clinic in London, told the Times that there was a 'strong possibility; of a baby boom'.

Masks are Now Mandatory

All persons are required to wear a protective mask when in indoor or outdoor public places. Such an order was given by Health Minister Kiril Ananiev with a new order from today.

As of tomorrow (March 31st), 7 pm, the 14-day quarantine in the town of Bansko is canceled. The ban on entering and leaving the city is also lifted. This was ordered by Health Minister Kiril Ananiev.

78-year-old UK Citizen was Discharged from the Hospital of Blagoevgrad

А 78-year-old UK citizen was discharged from the hospital in the city of Blagoevgrad on March 27 where he was under treatment for coronavirus infection. The elderly man had tested positive for COVID-19 and was received in the hospital with mild symptoms of unilateral pneumonia, which has already been cured. 

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