Vaccine fatigue impacting flu shots

Despite the intensity of influenza this winter, the number of people getting flu vaccinations in Greece remains at disproportionately low levels, health authorities have noted.

Tellingly, according to estimates, 3 million citizens have received the flu vaccine, a number clearly lower than in 2020-2021.

Flu Epidemic also in Shumen, Children will Not be in School until January 17

A flu epidemic has been declared in Shumen as of today, after this also happened in Burgas. Classes in Shumen are suspended from January 13 to 17, RHI director Dr. Pepa Kaloyanova announced for BTA. Temporary anti-epidemic measures are being introduced on the territory of the region.

You may miss these parasites when they’re gone

Most people assume that a warmer planet will be a buggier, more parasite- and disease-ridden place. There are plenty of examples to justify this fear. Climate change is already expanding the range of ticks that spread Lyme disease; mosquitoes that transmit malaria and Zika; and nocturnal, biting kissing bugs that drive Chagas' disease infections.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 173 New Cases in the Last 24 hours

One hundred and seventy-three new cases of COVID-19 were registered in the last 24 hours in Bulgaria, four people died, of which 75% were not vaccinated, according to the data in the Unified Information Portal.

With this, the number of those who have lost the fight against COVID-19 reached 38,122.