Monthly Archives: January 2022

Bulgaria News – February 1, 2022

Bulgaria News – February 1, 2022 The OECD starts negotiations with Bulgaria and five other countries The Pfizer vaccine triples the risk of myocarditis News from Bulgaria Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency – www.sofianewsagency.com) is unique as it is a real-time news provider in English, informing its readers about the latest …

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Bulgaria’s anti-corruption agency is investigating allegations against the prosecutor general

The Bulgarian Anti-Corruption Commission said on January 31 that it had started investigating allegations of irregularities by Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev in response to statements by Justice Minister Nadezhda Yordanova to the media. Yordanova told public broadcaster Bulgarian National Television on January 28 that she was awaiting a decision from …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 39 deaths, 2602 new cases registered in the past day

The deaths of 39 people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 were registered over the past day, bringing the country’s Covid-19 death toll to 33,160, according to the report by the Unified Information Portal on January 31. Of 15,061 tests done over the past day, 2602 – about 17.27 …

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Several fire brigades join forces to fight house fires in extreme cold

According to Chief Bill Lampila of the Brooktondale Volunteer Fire Company, the first call saying a wall was warm came just before 2 a.m. and he and another firefighter arrived to find the house with the fire visible and solved one second alarm off. Photos courtesy of Neptune Hose Co. …

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Holidays in Europe: why you should visit Bulgaria’s cheap Riviera

Each week, our holiday hero, Neil Simpson, delves into a brilliant holiday theme and does all the legwork so you don’t have to. This week: Bargains on the Bulgarian Riviera. For a vacation that ticks the boxes of low prices and short transfers, plus a range of day trips complete …

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Bashta stuns Apithy-Brunet to win Women’s Saber FIE World Cup in Plovdiv

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Hristo Ivanov re-elected as Chairman of Yes Bulgaria

Hristo Ivanov was re-elected leader of Yes Bulgaria at a party congress on January 29. Ivanov, that resigned as party leader after Yes Bulgaria’s poor result in the early parliamentary elections in November 2021 was the sole candidate for the leadership of the Congress. He was elected with 692 votes …

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Bulgaria: Plovdiv changes new anti-epidemic measures

Plovdiv district has changed its new anti-epidemic measures, which are scheduled to come into force on January 31. First of all, the district announced that from Monday restaurants, arcades, casinos and entertainment venues must close by 11 p.m. at the latest. This has been changed to 10pm. Plovdiv media said …

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Defense Minister: There are 206 American soldiers in Bulgaria – Novinite.com

There are 206 American soldiers in Bulgaria. This was said by Defense Minister Stefan Yanev during parliamentary scrutiny. Under a 2006 agreement with the United States, no more than 2,500 civilians and uniformed US soldiers can be present. This number has not been exceeded, said Yanev. “There has not been …

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Sofia Francis’ new book “The Gift of Nature” is a creative way to glorify and indulge in poetry the beauty of nature

NEW YORK, January 28, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Wife, mother and pediatric nurse Sofia Francis has completed her new book, Nature’s Gift: a powerful picture book that brings inspiration and radiant joy with words that speak of the oceans, seas, Skies, fields and everything the earth has to offer. Francis shares, …

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Olympic medalist Apithy-Brunet leads the entries for the Women’s Saber FIE World Cup

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Wizz Air announces further expansion at Gatwick Airport with the launch of new routes to Italy and Bulgaria

Tickets are now available wizzair.com or via the airline’s mobile app, with fares from £8.99. Today’s announcement follows Wizz Air’s successful acquisition of 15 daily slot pairs at London Gatwick Airport and the launch of 14 new routes from Spring 2022. This further expansion means that Wizz Air will operate …

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Romania and Bulgaria are strengthening security amid fears of war in Ukraine

Three Romanian IAR 330 Socat military attack helicopters fly over the Monument to the Unknown Soldier during celebrations of Romanian Army Day in Bucharest, Romania, 25 October 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/ROBERT GHEMENT Amid ongoing fears of a Russian attack on Ukraine, Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said Wednesday after a meeting of …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 27 out of 28 districts are dark red zones

Twenty-seven of the 28 counties in Bulgaria are dark red Covid-19 zones as of January 26, implying a morbidity rate of 500 or more per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis. According to the Unified Information Portal update, Bulgaria’s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 1582.23 per 100,000 inhabitants on a …

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Aadhaar’s child is a contentious issue among separated couples

It is repeatedly reminded that the right to information (FTI) serves a variety of purposes for obtaining information at an individual level, which, however, certainly have societal effects. One such problem is obtaining a copy of the Aadhaar of a child whose parents have separated or divorced. Last week, the …

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How are Bulgaria and Romania doing in the EU?

This January marks 15 years since both Bulgaria and Romania joined the European Union – with a decade and a half of successes and setbacks. The two former communist states both became EU members some three years later than the main 2004 accession wave of other Eastern European Iron Curtain …

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Sofia Masson speaks to Lifetime about the movie The Wrong Blind Date.

Sophie Masson. Credit: Flavio Masson Aspiring actress Sofia Masson spoke to Digital Journal’s Markos Papadatos about starring in the movie The Wrong Blind Date on Lifetime. “The wrong blind date” “It was such a fulfilling experience working on ‘The Wrong Blind Date,'” she admitted. “Because this was my second film …

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Covid-19: More students in Bulgaria switch to distance learning

In two other district capitals – Yambol and Sliven – and in eight other municipalities, students in grades five through twelfth will switch to distance learning by the end of the week, the Bulgarian Ministry of Education said on January 24. The move will also be taken for students in …

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Plovdiv mayor promises not to cut streetlights as bills skyrocket

According to a report by Radio Plovdiv on January 24, Plovdiv Mayor Zdravko Dimitrov has pledged not to cut street lighting even as the municipality’s electricity bills soar. around bulgaria, Several municipalities are restricting street lighting because of increased electricity bills. Dimitrov said that in December 2021, the Plovdiv Municipality …

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20 new Shluchim announced during Kinus Hashluchos

20 Chabad couples are joining the global network of Chabad Shluchim, it was announced Sunday during the International Kinus Hashluchos in New York. Here are their names. Whole story By COLLive reporter Shluchos gathered at the International Kinus Hashluchos tribute event in New York on Sunday received the news of …

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bne IntelliNews – NATO rejects Russian request for withdrawal from Bulgaria and Romania

Both NATO and the governments in Bucharest and Sofia have firmly rejected Russia’s demand for the withdrawal of NATO troops from countries that joined after 1997. The request came amid a deterioration in relations between Russia and the West and ahead of the start of a new round of talks …

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The Congress of the Bulgarian Socialist Party refuses to accept Ninova’s resignation as leader

At the end of a seven-hour meeting on January 22, the Congress of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) voted not to accept the resignation of Kornelia Ninova as party leader, submitted after the BSP’s disastrous fourth place finish in the November 2021 snap general election Choose. Her resignation was voted …

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Russia reiterates its call for foreign troops to be withdrawn from Bulgaria and Romania

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken gives a news conference in Geneva, Switzerland January 21 after meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. (Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images) US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov at a meeting in Geneva on Friday that Washington is committed to …

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When We Were Young Fest is adding a second date after the first sells out

The upcoming When We Were Young Festival has added a second day after initially being announced as a sold out one day event. Earlier this week, Live Nation, the promoter behind the stacked emo fest, responded to concerns about the event’s safety. Then on Friday (January 21), Live Nation said …

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Bulgarian MPs approve a bill extending the provisions of the 2021 Budget Law

On January 21, the Bulgarian National Assembly voted on a bill extending the provisions of the Budget Law 2021 until March 31, 2022. Due to three general elections in 2021 and two short-lived parliaments unable to elect a government, Prime Minister Kiril Petkov’s cabinet only took office on December 13 …

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Air Serbia starts flights to Trieste and Bologna

Air Serbia will continue to expand its network from Belgrade after unveiling its first new destinations for summer 2022, including Valencia, Bari, Palma de Mallorca and Rijeka. The airline has announced that it will start operations from Belgrade to Trieste and Bologna in Italy, bringing the total number of destinations …

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Live Nation addresses safety concerns among our youth

In just a few days, When We Were Young has grown into one of the most exciting events of 2022. The festival, which is set to be headlined by My Chemical Romance and Paramore, has sparked some safety concerns since it was announced earlier this week. As such, Live Nation …

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Bulgarian expert: Gasoline price may reach 3 BGN – Novinite.com

“The jump in prices will last at least until spring. The main reason for this is the high energy costs. At least that is what the IMF, the EC, the World Bank and the EBRD are forecasting.” This is what financier Associate Professor Emil Harsev said on Nova TV. Bulgaria: …

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Sofia Vergara is almost unrecognizable as the notorious drug kingpin for the new Netflix drama

Netflix has shared an image from its upcoming limited series Griselda with Sofia Vergara, showing the Colombian actor’s dramatic transformation into drug kingpin Griselda Blanco. On Wednesday, the streaming platform tweeted A photo from the show of the Modern Family star, 49, smoking a cigarette and staring straight at the …

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COVID anti-vaxxer attacks doctor in Bulgaria

SOFIA – Ivaylo Ivanov was leafing through a folder of documents in his spartan doctor’s office in Novo Selo, a sleepy village in northern Bulgaria, when he received an unexpected visitor on January 17. With the camera on, one of the country’s most notorious anti-vaccination opponents, Ventsislav Angelov, stormed in, …

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The lights of the city of Plovdiv pulsate every time a baby is born

The lights of the city of Plovdiv pulsate every time a baby is born Lights in Kapana District will flicker when hospital staff and fathers press a special button On January 18, the Bulgarian Municipality of Plovdiv announced that it is undertaking its restoration and expansion “Born Today” installation, celebrating …

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Azerbaijan, Bulgaria Eye cooperative in military training [PHOTO/VIDEO]

January 18, 2022 17:45 (UTC+04:00) 275 By Vugar Khalilov Lt. Gen. Heydar Piriyev, head of Azerbaijan’s Military Academy, and Bulgaria‘s commander of the National Defense Academy, Major General Grudi Angelov, have discussed cooperation on military training, the ministry reported on January 18. At the meeting, Piriyev said that bilateral relations …

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From Open: Sofia Kenin showed the door in the first round – Update News 360 | English news online | Live News | Latest news on the internet

Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka’s return to court was overshadowed by the off-field drama surrounding nine-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic. However, neither Nadal nor Osaka were deterred by the saga as they won clear sets in their respective first-round matches in men’s and women’s singles. Spain’s Nadal renewed his …

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US prices will fall in 2022 –

The average annual US wheat price is forecast to fall 2% year-on-year to $250 per tonne in 2022, driven by lower domestic consumption coupled with resilient global supply. Market balance is supported by production gains in Argentina and the EU to offset declining production in Brazil and Paraguay. LOS ANGELES, …

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Passenger traffic at Burgas and Varna airports in Bulgaria will grow by 88% in 2021

SOFIA (Bulgaria), Jan. 17 (SeeNews) – Passenger traffic at Bulgaria’s Varna and Burgas airports increased by 88% to 1.96 million in 2021, the German Fraport group, which operates the two coastal airports, announced on Monday . Passenger traffic at Varna Airport increased by 62% last year to just over 1 …

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COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 2379 new cases in the last 24 hours – Novinite.com

Current map of the occupancy of intensive care beds by region – 01/17/2022 -> Meaning of zones by color and percentage 2,379 new coronavirus infections were registered in our country in the last 24 hours with 15,035 tests (almost 15.8 percent positive). 77.30 percent of the new ones cases of …

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Sofia Airport Handled 3.3 Million Passengers in 2021 – Novinite.com

Last year 2021, the capital’s airport handled a total of 3,364,151 passengers, up 14.5% from 2020 but 52.7% less than the year before the pandemic, according to the Sofia Airport Press Center. Covid-19 dealt a severe blow to the airline industry and figures show a slow recovery in the sector. …

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The Czech Republic imposes stricter entry requirements for citizens from Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria and Germany

Unvaccinated and unrecovered citizens of Bulgaria, Hungary, Austria and Germany are subject to testing requirements if they plan to travel to the Czech Republic, as the latter’s government has placed those areas in the dark red category after confirming they have high levels recorded rates of COVID. 19 infections in …

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Bulgaria’s Covid-19 morbidity rate crosses the four-digit threshold

Since January 16, the Covid-19 morbidity rate in Bulgaria has crossed the four-digit threshold, according to figures from the unified information portal. The Covid-19 morbidity rate in Bulgaria is 1012.72 per 100,000 population on a 14-day basis, down from 964.82 on January 15. A week earlier, on January 9, the …

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Man fined £510 after stealing £11.99 bottle of wine

Three men have been sentenced to fines, suspended sentences or community orders after committing burglaries in Lancashire. A man has even been fined a hefty fine of £510 after stealing a £11.99 bottle of wine from a shop. Simon Cooper, 51, pleaded guilty to the offense of burglary on December …

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Fake vaccination card from Bulgaria confiscated in Philadelphia

The card is one of more than 30,000 counterfeit cards discovered and confiscated since the COVID-19 vaccine was first rolled out. PHILADELPHIA — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Philadelphia discovered a counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination card during routine international baggage inspections, the CBP said on Friday. The card is …

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Take a look at Sofia Vergara’s place on the list of highest paid actresses

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COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Over 7000 new cases in the last 24 hours – Novinite.com

7034 are the new ones cases from COVID-19 for the last 24 hours in the country, shows the data in the Unified Information Portal. From the new cases, 74.6% are unvaccinated. 84 People died, 95% of them were not vaccinated, and 4071 people recovered. Other 552 People are hospitalized. The …

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Bulgaria: pensions not reduced after recalculations, only Covid supplement – Novinite.com

As a result of the recalculation, there will be no pensioners in January with a lower basic pension than in December, said Minister of Labor and Social Policy Georgi Gokov at a hearing in parliament. The hearing takes place at the request of GERB-SDS: “how many pensioner and for what …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: dark red zones increase to 22

Twenty-two of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are dark red Covid-19 zones, implying a morbidity rate of 500 or more per 100,000 residents on a 14-day basis, according to the January 13 update of the Unified Information Portal. Pazardzhik district, previously a red zone, crossed the dark red zone threshold …

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Burien has a new mayor: Sofia Aragon

By Ruth BayangNorthwest Asian weekly newspaper Sofia Aragon (Provided by the City of Burien) “I have some really big shoes to fill.” Sofia Aragon said so in her speech on January 10, after the Burien City Council voted to elect her for a two-year term as mayor. Aragon is the …

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Cat singing to Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train” is perfect

You never know what cats will do next, like going viral by singing a song by Ozzy Osbourne out of the blue, for example. Watch this cat sing along to Ozzy’s “Crazy Train” and absolutely destroy her. We’ve seen videos of cats saying “mom” and the viral video of a …

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Weather in Bulgaria: a freezing cold period is coming – Novinite.com

Snowfall will be limited in the south during opening times on Tuesday evening Bulgaria and especially in the Rhodope Mountains. It is expected that another 15-20 cm snow falls there in the lower massifs, and up to 40 cm – in the higher parts. The wind will remain strong in …

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Bulgaria focuses its efforts on the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians – EURACTIV.com

Bulgaria will focus its efforts on protecting the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians in talks with North Macedonia, while Skopje will seek to negotiate a swift revocation of Bulgaria’s EU accession veto. This approach became clear after the key meeting of the National Security Council that President Rumen Radev convened in …

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SOFIA calls for business continuity

ORLANDO, Fla. – Officials at a NASA airborne observatory responded to a stinging reprimand in the latest Decadal survey of astrophysics, arguing that the facility it seeks to end is essential to the agency’s broader science program. In a virtual town hall meeting on Jan. 10, Margaret Meixner, director of …

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Covid-19: Bulgaria’s capital stops hospital admissions and visits

Bulgaria‘s capital Sofia will suspend scheduled admissions, operations and visits to hospitals at midnight on January 12 to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the regional health inspection said. Activities related to the transplantation of organs, tissues and cells, diagnosis and treatment of patients with oncological and oncohematological diseases, activities of …

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Bulgarian Defense Minister: Council of Ministers has no position on the conflict in Ukraine – Novinite.com

Bulgaria resists the “Escalation of military measures“Before all diplomatic means are used to resolve tensions along the Russian-Ukrainian border. This the Minister declared for defense Stefan Janev. “At this point in time, we consider it counterproductive to escalate military measures on the Alliance’s eastern flank before all other diplomatic means …

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World Bank Representative: There is no risk of hyperinflation in Bulgaria – Novinite.com

Despite all the crises and inflation, BulgariaThe economy will grow by almost 4% this year. Our country has done its homework well and is preparing to join the euro area. There is no need for hyperinflation. This was confirmed by the permanent representative of BNT World bank in Bulgaria Fabrizio …

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Deltacron – a new variant of the coronavirus discovered in Cyprus – Novinite.com

A new variant of the Coronavirus was discovered in Cyprus. It is called Deltacron because it is a combination of what is there delta and Omicron variants, BNR reports. It was made in the Laboratory of Biotechnology and Molecular Virology of the University of. identified Cyprus, said its head, Prof. …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Districts of the dark red zone rise to 10

Ten of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are dark red Covid-19 zones – which means an infection rate of 500 or more in 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis – according to the update of the uniform information portal on January 8th. Two districts, Plovdiv and Vratsa, crossed the threshold …

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“Double motor” hatred | Deccan Herald

In December 2021, the BJP’s tireless efforts became more apparent parivartan – to change our society, as it was promised in its electoral manifesto. The Karnataka Assembly passed the anti-conversion law, a Dharma Sansad in Haridwar called for genocide against Muslims, and our own promising young MP from Bengaluru also …

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Tennis player Sofia Kenin pregnant? Pregnancy hoax explained

Tennis player Sofia Kenin pregnant? Pregnancy Hoax Explained: We are here with the pregnancy news from tennis player Sofia Kenin Pregnant. All who intend are so happy to receive this news about them, and they even curiously wait to hear their reactions to it. While some are confused as to …

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In shock sentence: Bulgarian journalists fined for defamation

Two journalists in Bulgaria and a website were convicted of defamation and ordered to pay the equivalent of around US $ 35,000 for articles published in 2018 in what has been termed an unprecedented verdict. Reports from the Bulgarian service of RFE / RL. The Sofia City Court (SCC) found …

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Bulgaria passes threshold to become a dark red zone from Covid-19

Bulgaria‘s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 547.89 out of 100,000 residents on a 14-day basis, putting the country above the threshold to be classified as a dark red zone according to the criteria of the Ministry of Health. The update of January 7th of the uniform information portal showed that …

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Community grants set for 2022 in Bluewater

Article content BLUEWATER – Although the 2022 budget is yet to be passed in Bluewater, city councils unanimously agreed to support a community grant collection during the regular council meeting on December 20. Article content The approved Grants Council is funded through the Community Grants and Vibrancy Funds Policy Groups …

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Bulgaria tightens arrival conditions as COVID infections increase

A woman waits for a vaccination dose against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by medical staff from a mobile unit in the village of Krushovitsa, Bulgaria, October 10, 2021. REUTERS / Stoyan Nenov / File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register SOFIA, January 5 (Reuters) – As …

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Optional Green Certificate… in the Bulgarian Parliament – Novinite.com

No, it’s not optional for everyone. For all of us this is green certificate it’s obligatory. It is only optional for the MPs. Again, they arranged it that way. Today in National Assembly a commission to analyze the anti-epidemic measures in the country was not created, and the green certificate …

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Almost 200 hit Kewanee’s sidewalk in the Hard Core 5K run

Shorts and tank tops were worn by some of the 192 runners in Kewanee’s 40th annual Hard Core 5K street race on Friday afternoon, December 31, when the temperature was 36 degrees. Colin Young, 45, from Rock Island won the 3.1-mile race with a time of 17 minutes and 24 …

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Even masks are still not worn properly in Bulgaria – Novinite.com

Prof Yordanka Stoilova from the department “Epidemiology and Disaster Medicine “at Plovdiv Medical University commented on the situation with the BNR pandemic in Bulgaria. Dnevnik published the highlights of her interview. COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 1,918 new cases in the last 24 hours The Department of Health and the Chief State …

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Market Size, Scope, Forecast for Concrete Machinery Market to 2029

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Concrete machinery market is expected to grow at a great pace in the years to come. Analysts examined market drivers, restraints, risks and openings in the world market. The Concrete Machinery report shows the …

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Germany has banned the Russian broadcaster RT – Novinite.com

Relationships between Germany and Russia have again burdened themselves with the New Year and Christmas holidays after Berlin forbidden the broadcast of Russian television channel Russia today. Previously, Youtube removed that TV Network from its website for violating numerous community standards. RT has programs in various languages, including German, and …

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Brown Ebewele… His unfulfilled dream for young Nigerian athletes | The Guardian Nigeria News

On the final day of competition of the 2021 U20 World Athletics Championships in Nairobi, Kenya, Brown Ebewele looked at the medal table displayed on the scoreboard at Moi International Stadium and nodded his head repeatedly with a smile. “Our young athletes have done really well and I am sure …

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Discrimination in the Kashmiri cemetery

And finally, exactly reflecting the Hindu-Brahmin “Chatur Varna” hierarchy, Hindu Dalit equivalents are “Wattals / Sheikhs”, a Kashmiri Muslim community that, like Hindu Dalits, has traditionally been involved in manual cleaning. This Wattal community corresponds to the definition of the Scheduled Caste (SC) according to the Indian constitution. Discrimination against …

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Bulgaria increases natural gas price by 30.4%

SOFIA, January 1 (Reuters) – The Bulgarian energy regulator on Saturday approved a 30.4% increase in the wholesale price of natural gas for this month at the request of Bulgargaz, the main gas and public utility in the Balkans. Natural gas prices in Europe have risen sharply over the past …

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30% increase in the price of Blue Fuel – Novinite.com

The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) approved the price from Naturally gas for January. It amounts to BGN 133.41 / MWh. This was announced by the press center of the energy regulator. According to EWRC, increasing Naturally gas The prices urgently require the establishment of a compensation mechanism for …

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