"Today, at 10 am, a session of the National Immunization Body will be held, which will give an opinion to the Crisis Staff on the third dose, and next week, the Crisis Staff will sit down and give recommendations," Brnabi told TV Pink.
Brnabic emphasized that a way must be found to additionally motivate people to get vaccinated.
121 new cases of coronavirus were registered in Bulgaria during the last 24 hours. They were identified after 15,842 tests were performed. This means that the percentage of infected is 0.8, according to data from the Unified Information Portal.
There are two people who died of coronavirus in the past 24 hours. The cured for the same period are 69.
More than half of all European adults are now fully vaccinated, the EU said on July 22, as countries across Europe and Asia battled fresh outbreaks blamed on the fast-spreading Delta variant.
The European Central Bank said uncertainty over the wave of infections meant it was keeping the cash taps open to ensure the nascent economic recovery isn't snuffed out.
Lab tests in Israel showed that almost 100% of the cells lived despite being infected with the virus after animals were treated with the specific drugs
96 people were newly infected with coronavirus for the past 24 hours. This is 0.7% of 14,673 tests performed, the Unified Information Portal announced.
As of yesterday, 726 patients have been hospitalized, 80 of them in intensive care units.
Three people died, 183 were cured and 11,081 vaccines were given.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, 2,770 patients have been discharged from the ICU
Ljubljana – Slovenia reported 111 coronavirus cases for Tuesday, the highest daily figure since mid-June, with the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) estimating there are now 838 active cases in the country.
The rolling 7-day average of new daily cases has increased by four from the day earlier to 58 and the cumulative 14-day incidence per 100,000 residents rose by two to 39.