COVID in Bulgaria: 76 deaths recorded; 6278 people tests positive

A total of seventy-six (76) individuals lost their lives to the deadliest SARS-CoV virus in Bulgaria on Thursday, February 10, 2022.

Sofia, Bulgaria: A total of seventy-six (76) individuals lost their lives to the deadliest SARS-CoV virus in Bulgaria on Thursday, February 10, 2022. Among the deceased, around 85.53 per cent of them were the ones who had not taken their jabs of the COVID-19 vaccine. 

The data was shared in the Unified Portal. On February 10, 2022, a total of 6278 individuals tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, taking the toll of the active cases in Bulgaria to 261,909. 

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These additional novel coronavirus infections were reported from the 27,998 tests conducted by the healthcare facilities. The positivity rate turned out to be 22.42 per cent. Among the new cases, 76% was the unvaccinated population. 

Statics mentioned in the official portal information a total of 6645 individuals who contracted the contagious COVID-19 virus got recovered and were discharged from the hospital facilities. 

The further data notes around 6,238 at present are in the hospital, of which 681 are the new hospitalizations. A total of 601 COVID-19 patients are currently in the Intensive Care Unit as of February 10, 2022. 

Around 84.43 per cent of the new hospitalizations recorded in the past 24 hours were not vaccinated with COVID-19 jabs. 

Vaccination statics in Bulgaria: 

On February 10, 2022, the country administered a total of 8320 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines. Since the vaccination drive began in Bulgaria, more than 458,000 doses of the Caribbean island has been administered. 

There are a total of 2,020,190 individuals have taken their required number of the COVID-19 jabs and are fully vaccinated now. This counts for 29.2% of the total population of Bulgaria. 

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There are a total of 644,355 individuals who are fully vaccinated and have also taken their booster shots. This number counts for around 9.3% of the total population of the European country.