20 deaths in the past week, 4809 new cases – The Sofia Globe

The deaths of 20 people in Bulgaria who had tested positive for Covid-19 were recorded in the past week, bringing the official total death toll from Covid-19 in the country to 37,718, according to the single on October 3 Figures published on the information portal.

A total of 4,809 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Bulgaria last week, bringing the total to 1,259,948.

In the past week, the number of active cases rose by 765 from 9,462 to 10,227.

According to the Oct. 3 report, Bulgaria’s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 121.06 per 100,000 population on a 14-day basis, down from 101.46 a week ago.

In Bulgaria, 607 Covid 19 patients are hospitalized, 123 more than a week ago.

There are 44 in intensive care, 16 more than the number in the September 26 report.

A total of 78 medical workers tested positive for Covid-19 in the past week, bringing the total to 25,841.

A total of 4,550,020 doses of vaccine against Covid-19 were administered in Bulgaria, of which 8018 in the past week.

According to the report, 2,071,899 people had completed the vaccination cycle, including 460 in the past week.

A total of 890,096 people have received a booster dose of the vaccine, including 7,386 in the past week, while 78,950 have received a second booster dose, including 5,351 in the past week.

(Photo: Alexandrovska Hospital)

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