Bulgaria: Thirteen districts turned into COVID red zones

Bulgaria is undergoing severe damage from the COVID-19 virus, and the condition has worsened to such a level that 13 districts in the country are turned into red zones. The world has been through various COVID-19 waves, and nearly the whole world combatted with the pandemic.

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Covid-19 on a rise in Bulgaria, with 3 districts under red zone; 21 under yellow zone

Bulgaria: Five more districts in the country have crossed the point in which they will be reclassified from Covid-19 green zones to yellow zones, which means that a morbidity rate between 100 and 249.9 per 100 000 people on a 14-day basis.

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Bulgaria witnesses rise in COVID-19 cases

Bulgaria's Covid-19 14-day morbidity rate persists to deteriorate during the last week, increasing from 74.42 per 100,000 population on July 4 to a present 117.08 as per July 11 report given by the unified information portal.

Reports: Bulgaria’s National Morbidity rate switched to yellow zone

The Unified Information Portal revealed the National COVID-19 morbidity rate in Bulgaria has risen to 102.55 per 100 000 population on a 14-day basis, putting the country in the yellow zone.

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