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Professor Todor Kantarjiev, usually known as an adviser on the Metropolitan Municipality's health issues, explained that the end of the global pandemic is near, as the World health organization recently announced. According to him, the Coronavirus had become less dangerous and lethal compared to 2020, when the pandemic was at its peak

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Bulgaria now considers COVID19 as influenza, says Ministry of Health

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Bulgaria expects another covid-19 wave, Minister checks hospitals and emergency measures

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