The new confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours are 1024, according to data from the Unified Information Portal.
5,030 tests were carried out, which means that the proportion of positive results is about 20.5 percent.
Ten patients with confirmed coronavirus infection have died.
Sixty-eight-year-old Cava will work until 11 p.m., trying to earn enough money to buy the medicine his wife needs to treat her cancer, while festivalgoers hurry excitedly through the city, tickets and souvenirs in hand.
One cob of Cava's roasted corn costs a euro. He sells up to 50 a day during Dokufest, but barely 10 on other days.
From today, wearing protective masks will only be required in medical facilities, pharmacies, opticians, specialized institutions providing social services and in public transport.
The new confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours are 1429, according to data from the Unified Information Portal.
Despite a recent surge in COVID-19 cases in Türkiye, some experts do not think reintroducing lockdowns to bring the pandemic under control would be necessary.
There appears to be a new wave in COVID-19, and the number of cases is probably hovering above 50,000, said Professor Levent Akın from Hacettepe University in Ankara.
COVID-19 is spreading among children in Türkiye, experts say, noting that vaccinations for those aged between 12 and 18 have almost come to a complete halt.
Health experts have been cautioning the public over the past days against the spike in the cases but this time they issued a stark warning about the spread of the virus among children.
Türkiye may face a new wave of COVID infections as the actual number of coronavirus infections is more than detected, experts have warned.
As people have stopped wearing face masks while traveling on public transport or indoor spaces, it has triggered the recent spike in coronavirus cases, the experts said.
Africa is facing an explosion of preventable diseases due to delays in vaccinating children, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on April 28, with measles cases jumping 400 percent.
Twenty African countries reported measles outbreaks in the first quarter of this year, eight more than in the first three months of 2021.