The European Commission (EC) said on Tuesday that it has approved the allocation of €173.6 million to Bulgaria, which can be used as compensations related to the coronavirus pandemic.
The funds aim to support the labour market and retain jobs, help small businesses and low-income families. The money will be part of OP Human Resources Development's budget.
Facts are facts and they cannot be disputed any way you look at them. Right now they are glaringly clear and they reveal the course of the COVID-19 epidemic in Greece.
There can be no doubt any longer that the epidemic is in the process of being checked and that this is in large measure due to the much faster pace of the vaccine rollout now.
The pandemic is a bit like a fire. The number of infected people on a daily basis shows how intensely this fire burns. Currently, the levels to which the number of cases in Bulgaria have dropped are higher than the number of cases between the two big peaks of the Covid-19 epidemic and much higher than they were before the second peak in the country, pulmonologist Dr.
Chairman of Romania's National COVID-19 Vaccination Coordination Committee (CNCAV) Valeriu Gheorghita said on Tuesday, when asked about possible COVID-19 relaxation measures announced by Prime Minister Florin Citu, that safety levels are very difficult to set up amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, emphasising the importance of vaccination against COVID-19.