COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 13 New Cases in the Last 24 hours
In the last 24 hours, 13 new cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Bulgaria, according to the data of the Unified Information Portal. No deaths.
875 tests were performed, of which 98 PCR tests and 777 rapid antigen tests. The proportion of positive tests is 1.49 percent.
COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 53 New Cases in the Last 24 hours
The new cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria are 53, 1.8% of the 3,004 tests performed are positive, according to the data of the Unified Information Portal for the past 24 hours.
One person has died with Covid-19.
There are 290 patients in hospitals with coronavirus, of which 38 are in intensive care units.
Increase in heart attacks not caused by vaccine: Experts
Experts have denied a link between the COVID-19 vaccine and the increasing number of heart attacks, which has become a hot topic of debate as people raised their concerns that the heart attack cases seen in the past few months of winter are an outcome of the vaccine shot.
Bulgaria: Over a Million Covid Vaccines will Expire by June 2023
For the period from 02.08.2022 to the beginning of January 2023, 657,762 doses of the Comirnaty vaccine and 271,910 doses of the Spikevax vaccine expired. This was reported by the Acting Health Minister Asen Medzhidiev in response to a parliamentary question.
Vaccine fatigue impacting flu shots
Despite the intensity of influenza this winter, the number of people getting flu vaccinations in Greece remains at disproportionately low levels, health authorities have noted.
Tellingly, according to estimates, 3 million citizens have received the flu vaccine, a number clearly lower than in 2020-2021.
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Confirmed by Batut: Measles again in Serbia
Director of the Institute for Public Health "Milan Jovanovi Batut" Verica Jovanovi said that our reference laboratory in Torlak confirmed the presence of measles on Tuesday taken from three children and one adult from Smederevo, reports RTS.
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VAT exemption for Covid testing kits ends, AADE confirms
The price of Covid rapid and self-tests as well as PCR tests in pharmacies has increased, as they are now subject to a 6% VAT rate, the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) has said.
In a circular, the AADE pointed out that an EU directive allowing for a temporary VAT exemption for vaccines and testing kits had expired on December 31, 2022.
COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 173 New Cases in the Last 24 hours
One hundred and seventy-three new cases of COVID-19 were registered in the last 24 hours in Bulgaria, four people died, of which 75% were not vaccinated, according to the data in the Unified Information Portal.
With this, the number of those who have lost the fight against COVID-19 reached 38,122.
One in three Greeks say they plan to get an updated Covid-19 booster
Just over 34 percent of Greek adults say they are willing to receive a booster shot against Covid-19, according to a recent survey that assessed the impact of coronavirus-related burnout on vaccination intention.
COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 253 New Cases in the Last 24 hours
253 are the new cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria, confirmed with 4,305 tests done. 5.87 per 100 of the tested samples are positive, according to the data in the Unified Information Portal.