Occupational safety and health

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 170 Newly Infected, 45 Fatalities

In the past 24 hours 170 are the new cases of coronavirus detected after 15,295 tests, data from the Single Information Portal show.

2,765 are hospitalized, of which 309 are in intensive care. There are 16,117 active cases of infection.

There are 45 Covid-19-related deaths in the last 24 hours.

494 are cured.

Series of powerful explosions in Cacak's Sloboda factory, no casualties PHOTO / VIDEO

All possible entries into the factory are blocked.
The protocol is such that the services will be able to enter the factory only after 24 hours from the last detonation, it was said for B92.net.
The workers of the Sloboda factory who were in the third shift were successfully evacuated, so there were no casualties in this accident.

Coronavirus figures keep gradually improving

Ljubljana – Slovenia recorded 273 coronavirus cases for Wednesday as the rolling 7-day average daily case count further dropped by 13 to 260. Three patients with Covid-19 died, the government said on Thursday.

The latest cases were confirmed from 3,837 PCR tests, for a positivity rate of 7.1%, down from 9% for Tuesday.

EnviMin Tanczos: Blaze-hit waste incinerator in Brazi had its activity suspended since January

Eco Burn SRL, the waste incinerator based in Brazi, Prahova County, where a violent fire broke out this night, had its plant shut down since January due to the suspension of the company's activity, the Environment Ministry informs on its Facebook page after the visit of Minister Tanczos Barna to the site.

Russia extends suspension of flights to Turkey until June 21

Russia will extend temporary restrictions on flights to Turkey until June 21 due to the serious coronavirus situation there, the country's anti-coronavirus crisis center announced May 31. 

Meanwhile, flights between Moscow and the Belarusian capital of Minsk will be increased to up to 10 per week as of June 10, it said in a statement.

CHP slams gov’t over handling of pandemic

Main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) spokesperson Faik Öztrak has criticized the government's way of handling the normalization process in Turkey and the vaccination program amid the pandemic.

"A new easing period is now expected, but it is still unclear how the opening will be," he said on May 31 at a press conference.

Kon before the session of the Crisis Staff - why did he take off his mask?

According to him, the virus "moved" towards a younger age, but it decreased in the total population at all ages.
He said that the current epidemiological situation is completely different than last year at the same time, especially thanks to immunization, so it cannot be expected to be as bad as then.