Rapid antigen test

Bulgarian Prof. Argirova: Green Certificate for Antibodies will be Valid for Three Groups of People

From tomorrow - November 11, we will be able to issue a green certificate for people with proven antibodies to coronavirus. What are the criteria for the document - the topic in "The day begins" commented Prof. Radka Argirova, immunologist.

She explained that there are three main groups of people who will be subject to a green certificate based on antibodies.

Bulgarian Association of Establishments: Recognize the Antibody Test for a Green Certificate!

Currently, 42.2% of the employees of the establishments have completed vaccination cycle - this was stated in the morning block of BNT by Pavlin Petrov, Deputy Chairman of the Association of Establishments.

According to him, the antibody test for the issuance of a green certificate should be recognized in order to have relief for the sector.

Bulgarians who Had COVID, established by Antigen Test, can Download “Green Pass” on Monday

From Monday, October 25, all Bulgarian citizens who have suffered from COVID-19 and have registered in the National Health Information System a positive result from an antigen test, can download their "green certificate" from http://www.his.bg

Katsarov: Post-Covid with Antigen Test, Done in a Hospital or Laboratory, Gives a Green Certificate

"The antigen tests are equated to the PCR tests from December 1. If a patient is admitted to hospital and treated after a positive Atigen test performed there, he receives a green certificate. Regardless of what the test is - PCR or antigen, where it is done, a certificate is issued there", explained the Minister of Health Stoycho Katsarov in"This morning".

Bulgaria: More than 10,000 Coronavirus Tests have been Performed in COVID zones

95 of the 120 COVID zones detected in the country have performed tests for COVID-19 with rapid antigen tests. The tests performed were a total of 10,190, of which 3,111 were positive. For health-insured patients with a proven coronavirus infection who have passed through the COVID zones, the NHIF pays for home remedies.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Queues for Quick Tests in Front of Restaurants in Sofia

Sofia restaurants are already open after 11 pm without restrictions and in compliance with the requirements of the health authorities. The owners offer a new service to their customers - quick tests for coronavirus. Last night they were free, but from today those who want to have fun, without evening hours, now have to pay 10 leva for a test.

Bulgarian Health Minister: For Now, a Full Lockdown in the Country is Not Necessary

The measures proposed by the chief state health inspector will be discussed on Monday at an extraordinary meeting of an extended panel of the expert council, caretaker Minister Stoycho Katsarov told the media. He assured that a complete lockdown in the country - everything closed and people staying at home, is not necessary for now.

Romania's COVID-19 daily case count rises by 6,789; tests performed in last 24 hours: over 60,000

As many as 6,789 new cases of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 were recorded in the last 24 hours in Romania following nearly 60,000 tests nationwide, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official novel coronavirus communication task force, reported on Tuesday. These are cases of patients that have not previously tested positive.

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