Bulgaria: Employers Do Not Have Right to Require Vaccination of Their Staffers

 Vaccines for coronavirus are 'recommendable', which means that the patient may refuse to have one, told Bulgaria ON AIR medical law expert Maria Sharkova answering the question of whether employers have the right to set conditions for their employees to be vaccinated.

End of the drama: The EU is saved; the Russians responded: We are waiting for you

Russia previously offered the European Union 100 million doses of its vaccine against COVID-19, but received a cold shower from Brussels, from where the company presenting "Sputnik V" was told that their vaccine is not in the European Union's coronavirus strategy.
However, the EU eventually succumbed.

Infectious Disease Specialist: At Least 2,5 M Bulgarians Have Had Covid-19

"People who have been exposed to Covid-19 in Bulgaria are many times more than the official statistics reports. The real number of people who have had the disease is at least 2.5 million,"Dr. Trifon Valkov from the Infectious Diseases Hospital in Sofia stated in the morning program of Nova TV.

Hospitalizations being prevented via vaccine: Health minister

In a statement on the latest results of Phase 3 trials in Turkey of the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on March 4 its overall efficiency was 83.5% with a hospitalization prevention rate of 100%.

"Our experience also shows that hospitalizations are being prevented [via vaccine]," he added.

1,000,000th person in Romania gets vaccinated against COVID-19

A 86-year old woman was the 1,000,000th person in Romania who received the vaccine against COVID-19.      She received the vaccine from the coordinator of the national vaccination campaign, doctor Valeriu Gheorghita, at the Bucharest Emergency University Hospital.      He previously announced that he was going to become a voluntary in one of the anti-COVID vaccination centres.