Bulgaria health authorities records 3411 new cases, 53 deaths
Bulgaria health authorities records 3411 new cases, 53 deaths

Sofia, Bulgaria: The European nation recorded a total of 3411 additional infections of the COVID-19 cases, bringing the tally of active cases to 229 935, according to the data shared by the Ministry of Health in the Unified information portal, as of February 23.

With these new cases, a total of fifty-three (53) individuals lost their lives to the deadliest mutant. The total death rate of Bulgaria at present stands at 35, 298, since the start of the outbreak.

The fresh cases have been reported out of the 21 984 tests conducted in the last 24 hours. The positivity rate of the new cases turned out to be 15.51 percent. Six of the newly reported cases have been recorded among the medical staff.

The data in the official portal further highlights that the current active infection toll of the COVID-19 in Bulgaria witnessed a decline of 5132, as compared to that of February 22.

There are a total of 8490 COVID19 patients who got recovered from the mutant and were discharged from the hospital facilities in the European nation. The overall COVID-19 recovery toll of the country stands at 815, 338.

The last 24 hours witnessed the administration of 4452 additional COVID-19 doses and 2862 booster shots, at the vaccination centres across the European country, as per to the data shared by the health ministry.

To date, there are a total of 2,039,864 individuals in Bulgaria who received their required number of the COVID vaccines jabs and are now fully vaccinated. This number calculates for 29.4% of the total Bulgarian population.

Meanwhile, there are a total of 676,925 persons who are fully vaccinated and have also taken their booster shots of the WHO-approved coronavirus vaccines, counting for nearly 9.8% of the population.

Bulgaria’s morbidity rate is 892.35 per 100 000 population. This number is based on two weeks.