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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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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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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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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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Several Bulgarian cities join Four Paws’ call to ban New Year’s Eve fireworks

Sofia, Plovdiv and a number of other municipalities in Bulgaria have responded to the call by the animal welfare NGO Vier Pfoten to cancel fireworks on New Year’s Eve. Sofia Mayoress Yordanka Fandukova said the decision not to hold official fireworks displays anti-epidemic measures, the four-paw campaign, the negative effects …

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Bulgaria and Romania are preparing for the fifth wave of COVID, this one from Omicron

Citizens of Bulgaria and Romania – the least vaccinated countries in the European Union – are preparing for the next wave of COVID-19 as the Omicron variant quickly spreads across the continent. Health experts across Eastern Europe fear holiday gatherings will only worsen the situation, with officials in both Romania …

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Afcon 2021: Antoine Conte and Florentin Pogba replaced in the Guinea squad

Innjury has ousted Florentin Pogba from Guinea’s squad for the Africa Cup Guinea had to replace injured defenders Antoine Conte and Florentin Pogba in the Africa Cup of Nations squad. Conte, a former France Under-21 international who has switched loyalty, said he has not yet recovered from his injury following …

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African players stay with clubs ahead of the Cup of Nations

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced yesterday that footballers who go to the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations next month will be allowed to play for their clubs until January 3rd.Many have had to miss games because clubs require players to be released 14 days before a …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 13 red zones, 14 yellow, one green

The number of counties in Bulgaria that are red Covid-19 zones – meaning a morbidity rate of between 250 and 499.9 per 100,000 on a 14-day basis – has decreased by one to 13 after Montana reclassified to the yellow zone became last day, according to the December 25th update …

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Bulgarian Railways will add over 10,800 additional seats on trains for the holidays – Novinite.com

BDZ – Passenger Transport Ltd. will add over 10,800 Seats for the upcoming Christmas and New Year holidays. For this purpose, the Carriages from a few Trains Journeys on the main routes in the country are increased by additional wagons. In this way, Bulgarian Railways strives to ensure the comfortable …

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