Investigation Launched into 'Friends' Star Matthew Perry's Death

Los Angeles police have announced an investigation into the death of actor Matthew Perry, famously known for his role as Chandler in the TV series Friends, according to the BBC.

Perry, aged 54, passed away in October due to the "acute effects" of ketamine, as stated by medical officials at the time.

Matthew Perry died of accidental ketamine overdose, examiner finds

"Friends" actor Matthew Perry died from an accidental ketamine overdose, medical examiners said Friday, concluding their investigation into the death of the beloved but troubled TV star.

Perry, who played Chandler Bing on the hit TV sitcom from 1994-2004, died at the age of 54, having been found unconscious in a swimming pool at his house in Los Angeles in October.

Pandemic and Lockdown Made Bulgarians Seek Consolation in Antidepressants

The pandemic, lockdowns and the fear of the unknown have made the Bulgarians seek support in antidepressants and psychotropic drugs, shows a study by the National Center for Public Health Protection and Analysis - "Mental health aspects of the Covid-19 epidemic in Bulgaria".

The study compares data from the beginning of the pandemic with those from 2019.

The Ministry of Interior Reinforces the Control of Drivers under the Influence of Drugs

The Ministry of the Interior has announced a public procurement contract for the purchase of 4165 cartridges for small-scale devices to check the use of drugs by drivers. Reports Sega. 

The value of the order is over BGN 115 000 without VAT. 2000 cartridges have to be delivered to the Traffic Police authorities within 60 days of the conclusion of the contract.