Sofia, Bulgaria: The European country in the past 24 hours recorded a total of 1693 new cases of the COVID-19 virus, as of Friday, March 11, according to the data shared in the Unified Information Portal of Bulgaria.
In addition to these fresh infections, a total of thirty-three (33) COVID-19 patients lost their lives while battling with the contagious mutant as of March 11. Meanwhile, there are a total of 5093 patients with the deadliest viral disease who have recovered from the virus in the past 24 hours and got discharged from the hospital facilities.
The data in the report then highlights the positivity rate of the new infections of the COVID-19 stands at 11%. These new cases have been confirmed by the Bulgarian healthcare authorities out of the 14,946 conducted tests.
In the time frame of the last 24 hours, a total of 2,740 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the European country at the vaccination centres and sites.
At the present time, there are a total of 2,698 individuals who are in the hospital facilities, out of which 221 are new admissions. The health ministry official portal’s data further highlights that currently, there are a total of 354 patients of the COVID-19 virus in intensive care units – ICU.
Till March 11, 2022, there are a total of 2,052,968 citizens of Bulgaria who have received their required recommended number of the COVID-19 vaccines and are hence fully vaccinated against the virus. This represents about 29.6% of the total Bulgarian eligible targeted population.
On the other hand, the statics reveals 702,116 individuals in the European country, so far, are fully immunised as well as have taken their booster shots of the WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccines, computing for nearly 10.1% of the total targeted population of Bulgaria.
Over 466,000 doses of the COVID vaccines, to date, have been administered in total at the vaccination centres and sites of Bulgaria, of which more than 205,000 doses have been administered for fully vaccinated individuals.