There have been new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria during the past 24 hours. 178 new positive tests were recorded, out of which 70.79% of people are those who are unvaccinated. There were 1,226 tests conducted, meaning the proportion was a 14.51% positive result rate.
Two deaths were also recorded in the past 24 hours due to coronavirus infection; both of them were unvaccinated.
Since the beginning of September, 785 individuals have tested positive for coronavirus, out of which 44 are in intensive care units. Fifteen patients got newly admitted to the hospital, out of which 86% were unvaccinated.
The good news is that 135 people have been cured in the last 24 hours. Since the Pandemic began, more than 1,195,120 patients have been healed, and 12000 cases are currently active.
Thirty-five doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in last 24 hours, a sum of 4,526,050 has been delivered since the Pandemic spread worldwide. 2,069,611 people of Bulgaria have completed the vaccination cycle, out of which 869,200 received booster the first booster dose and 64,904 received the second completing their vaccination cycle.
37,613 Bulgarian citizens have lost their lives while battling COVID-19 since the Pandemic covered the entire planet. There are 1,244,733 confirmed cases in Bulgaria since the Pandemic struck the nation.
COVID-19 around the world
There are 610,812,291 active cases worldwide, with an average of 3,80,280 cases daily. 6,505,302 individuals around the world lost their lives in their battle against coronavirus. 588,363,733 people across the globe successfully recovered from the virus with the help of advanced medical facilities and hardworking doctors globally who served their respective countries as soldiers who fought fearlessly against a vicious enemy.
The vaccination process is quickly increasing worldwide. Major countries are about to complete their vaccination process. More than 70% of the entire population is vaccinated, 64% of them are fully vaccinated, and 34% received an additional booster dose.