Can the Coronavirus Survive on Clothes and Shoes

As cases of the coronavirus surge in over 20 US states and in countries all over the world, you might want to brush up on best practices for helping to stay safe, including what you should know about wearing a face mask and sanitizing your home. But here's another question: should you also sanitize your clothes and shoes? How long can the coronavirus survive on surfaces anyway?

Points of concern

Our interest was instantly piqued when the idea of exploring the biggest issue of the past few months from a slightly different perspective - going beyond the commonplace questions of most public opinion polls in recent weeks - first cropped up.

June 15: Total Cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria - 3290, Newly Registered 24

Of the 1409 samples tested in the last 24 hours, 24 gave a positive result. This is shown by the data in the National Information System.

The distribution by districts at the current address of the persons is as follows: Dobrich - 1; Kardzhali - 1; Lovech - 1; Plovdiv - 2; Smolyan - 1; Sofia region - 2; Sofia city - 3; Targovishte - 4; Shumen - 9.

2585 Totat Cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria on June 3

Twenty five new cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours from 1174 PCR tests, the head of the coronavirus task force, Prof. Ventsislav Mutafchiyski said at the daily briefing on June 4. Seven were hospitalised.

Eight of the latest cases are in Sofia, 7 in Pazardzhik, 3 in Yambol, 2 in Sliven, 2 in Razgrad, 1 in Plovdiv, 1 in Vidin and 1 in Rousse.

19 New Cases of Coronavirus in Bulgaria, Total: 2538 on June 2

In the last 24 hours, 1220 samples were tested for coronavirus infection, 19 of which tested positive. These data were released this morning by the National Operational Headquarters.

Currently, 2538 cases of the new coronavirus have been registered in Bulgaria. 1271 are active cases. 1123 people have already been cured.

COVID-19 case count of Romanian nationals abroad, death toll constant at 3,074, 106

The number of Romanians abroad infected with the novel coronavirus has remained the same since the last report, which is also true for deaths, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, informed on Monday. According to GCS, 3,074 Romanian citizens abroad were confirmed as infected as of June 1, and 106 as dead from the disease.