Mortality rate

Truth about Covid-19 and Mortality in Bulgaria

According to Magdalena Kostova, director of the "Demographic and Social Statistics "at the National Statistic Institute (NSI), Covid affects all demographic events, as well as our entire lives, including mortality.

Between 108,000 and 110,000 people have died each year in the last 10 years, while last year the number is up to 124,000.

Lockdown Will Not Be Extended for Now, Bulgaria Ranks Second in Mortality after Hungary

Bulgaria is already second in coronavirus mortality in the world after Hungary. That's what Head of the National Operational Headquarters Chairman Gen. Ventsislav Mutafchiiski said during the regular weekly briefing at the Council of Ministers.

According to him, our country has surpassed the peak of November 23, 2020, and the infected are now 679 per 100,000.

Mathematicians Predict Double Increase in Covid-19 Incidence in Bulgaria Within the Next 3 Weeks

There is a possibility for a bigger peak of COVID-19 cases than in the previous wave. Within three weeks, the 14-day morbidity could reach 800 per 100,000 people, mathematician Lachezar Tomov told BNT morning show "The day begins with Georgi Lyubenov" on March 7.

Mortality Rate in Bulgaria: Facts and Fiction

November 2020 is the deadliest month in Bulgaria for at least the last five years. This is according to preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI) on mortality in the country, published this week. In November, 15,953 people died in Bulgaria, with an average of about 8,300 in the same month over the past 5 years. The increase is over 92%.

One person died, 68 newly infected

The total number of registered cases so far is 11.092.
A total of 238 people died of coronavirus in our country.
The mortality rate is 2.15 percent.
A total of 214.212 people were tested, of which 4.415 in the last 24 hours.
A total of 665 people were hospitalized, and 12 are on respirators.
5.696 people were cured.

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