Bulgaria: Expiration Date of Covid Vaccines Could be Extended Says Head of Agency for Medicines

The shelf life of vaccines could be extended, this has already been done for Pfizer.

The European Medicines Agency has evaluated and confirmed that the period could be extended from 6 to 9 months. So, for all vaccines delivered in Bulgaria,  the shelf life has been extended as matter of regulation.

Bulgaria’s Chief State Health Inspector: New Lockdown Not Necessary for Now


Despite the increase in the number of those infected with coronavirus, a new lockdown is not necessary s of yet. In some areas, the number of new infcions is higher and the possibility of introducing local measures there will be discusse, voiced his opinion Chief State Health Inspector Assoc. Prof. Angel Kunchev.

Bulgarian Prof. Petrova: It is Already Clear that COVID-19 is a Deadly Disease, get Vaccinated!

"The data on coronavirus mortality in our country is alarming - there are over 70 deaths a day. We must now be convinced that this is a deadly disease ... This must show that everyone who is still hesitant must be vaccinated. "

Prof. Mutafchiiski Had a Third Dose. When and in Which Groups is it Recommended?

It has been proven that a certain period after immunization, the protection decreases. Therefore, I did not hesitate, as with the "first needle", to put a "third."

This is the argument of the deputy of the Military Medical Academy (MMA) Prof. Ventsislav Mutafchiiski. The hospital said that he and 11 other colleagues had received an additional dose of COVID vaccine.

Coronavirus Mu Variant Has Not Been Detected in Bulgaria as Yet

Currently, the Delta version of the coronavirus is dominant in Bulgaria,told BGNES virologist Prof. Radka Argirova.

She pointed out that so far the "Mu" strain has not been detected in our country, and according to the classification of the European Bureau of the World Health Organization in Europe, it is still sporadically found in travelers.

China Planned to Infect Bats with Coronavirus before Pandemic

Chinese virologists requested $ 14 million for experiments to create chimera viruses that can more easily infect humans.

Wuhan virologists intended to infect the population of bats with coronaviruses in order to vaccinate them against diseases that are potentially dangerous to humans. On Tuesday, September 21, reports The Telegraph.

Bulgaria: Two Children Have Died from COVID-19

Two children died of coronavirus. One is a 7-year-old girl with a chronic neurological disease, and the other was 9 years old.

The older child died in a hospital in Plovdiv on September 19, but to this day does not appear in the official report, which is published daily by the Ministry of Health.

An investigation into the case is currently underway.