Bulgaria currently has 0 COVID-19-related casualties across the entire country. It's a remarkable accomplishment for the nation. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 1,266,241 cases have been reported in different regions of Bulgaria
Health Minister of Bulgaria Assen Medjidiev said that his ministries carried out surveys that showed positive results when it comes to medical administration. The conditions were very challenging in some places, but our medical services were perfect, and they cared for every patient.
As per the data given by the Unified Information Portal, nearly 25 percent of the tests were positive. However, two people who got infected by the COVID-19 pandemic have lost their lives, while 53 people have recovered.
He asserted, "We are already in a new wave of COVID-19. We are moving 3-4 weeks after what is happening in Western Europe. In the next two to three weeks, we are expected to face an increase in the new wave".
These new cases have been recorded of the additional 1134 tests conducted by the healthcare staff at the testing facilities throughout the country during the last 24 hours. The positivity rate of the fresh COVID-19 infections accounts for around 10.84%.
Coalition "We continue the change - Democratic Bulgaria" sharply opposes President Rumen Radev's another attempt to neglect the decisions of the National Assembly. And, along with its official government, to take positions and make decisions that contradict Bulgaria's interests and threaten its security, separating it from its EU and NATO allies
Botev continues a series of open educational seminars with the participation of top football club managers in Europe. The second guest speaker of the series, which took place on 24.03, was the sales director of the Greek AEK, Nikos Karauzas
"Educational research" refers to the effort to understand the educational process, usually to improve its effectiveness. It is an adaptation of the scientific method to investigate academic issues. Using a scientific analysis approach is more serious, focused, and intense
According to the information provided by 95 separate amphibious assault brigades of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russians are willing to pay $10,000 for the head of Wasim, a paratrooper of the 95th assault brigade deployed over the line of Control