Bulgaria logs new 168 COVID cases in 24 hrs
Bulgaria logs new 168 COVID cases in 24 hrs

Sofia, Bulgaria: During the last 24 hours, a total of additional 168 cases of the novel coronavirus have been recorded in the European country, as per the data published in the unified information portal of May 28, 2022.

These new COVID cases have been detected of the additional 4105 tests conducted by the healthcare facilities during the previous day. The positivity rate of the fresh COVID-19 infections accounts for around 4.1%.

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The last 24 hours witnessed the recovery of at least 1181 patients with the COVID-19 virus who were also discharged from the hospital facilities. Meanwhile, a total of eleven (11) COVID patients lost their lives to the contagious viral illness.

Additional 610 doses of the WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the European country on May 27, 2022, the unified portal’s statistics further reveal.

For the present time, there are a total of forty-five (45) patients with the COVID-19 virus who are in hospital establishments in Bulgaria as of May 27, 2022. There are a total of thirty-eight (38) patients in intensive care units, the data further adds.

Below is the COVID 19 vaccination statistics for Bulgaria:

According to the statistics, there are a total of 2,059,177 individuals in Bulgaria who have taken their required number of the WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccines and are now in the category of fully vaccinated individuals as of May 27, 2022.

The above number of fully vaccinated individuals represents nearly 29.7% of the total targeted eligible population of Bulgaria.

On the other hand, there are a total of 757,504 Bulgarians who are fully immunized against the virus and have also taken their third dose or booster shots of the WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccines. This number of individuals represents nearly 10.9% of the total targeted eligible population as of May 27, 2022, the official statistics further highlight.

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It is notable that Bulgaria contains the lowest vaccination rate in the European region.