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A total of 89 people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last day, bringing the country’s Covid-19 fatality to 28,542, according to the unified information portal report dated December 2.

Of 27,937 tests done the previous day, 2105 – about 7.53 percent – were positive.

So far, 697 162 cases of the new coronavirus have been confirmed in Bulgaria, of which 105,046 are active. The number of active cases fell by 73 last day.

The report said that as of the previous day, 2,089 people were registered to have recovered from the virus, bringing the total to 563,574.

In Bulgaria, 6302 patients with Covid-19 are in hospital, of which 526 are newly admitted. There are 694 in intensive care, 23 fewer than in the December 1 report.

25 medical staff tested positive the previous day for a total of 17,411.

So far, 3,350,019 vaccine doses against Covid-19 have been administered in Bulgaria, 19,519 of them on the previous day.

A total of 1,780,797 people in Bulgaria completed the vaccination cycle, 8577 of them on the previous day, while 106,513 received a booster vaccination, of which 7211 were on the previous day.

(Photo: Municipality of Plovdiv)

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Vivek Oberoi speaks in Inside Edge 3. about his character https://moiteplanini.com/vivek-oberoi-speaks-in-inside-edge-3-about-his-character/ Wed, 01 Dec 2021 18:19:18 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/vivek-oberoi-speaks-in-inside-edge-3-about-his-character/

Mumbai: As the release of ‘Inside Edge 3 Inch’ draws nearer, audience excitement regarding Vivek Anand Oberoi’s character of Vikrant Dhawan reaches new heights every day as he is one of the more beefy character arcs in history.

Commenting on this character’s journey on the series so far, Vivek says, “It feels like we got together for this cracker of a series yesterday, and it’s season three! As a character, I feel like Vikrant Dhawan’s twisted mind has a unique following and I’m glad he has made progress with the story, with new facets of his personality revealed each season. “

Disclosing his character for the upcoming season, the actor says, “This season he’s prepared for something big and won’t stop at anything until he crosses the line. You look into his past to see the scars that” are not visible to the eye .. that makes him the darkness he is! “

“The trailer is just a glimpse of all of the drama and twists and turns that will unfold in ‘Inside Edge 3’, with new characters and hidden truths that add further quirks. As always, it was great fun working with the team and I hope that the energy is reflected on the screen and goes down well with the audience like in previous seasons, “he concludes.

The third season of the show, created by Karan Anshuman and directed by Kanishk Varna, premieres on December 3 on Amazon Prime Video.

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Weekly accessible learning activities: melting glaciers, helping adults and a geography quiz https://moiteplanini.com/weekly-accessible-learning-activities-melting-glaciers-helping-adults-and-a-geography-quiz/ Wed, 01 Dec 2021 10:30:03 +0000 https://moiteplanini.com/weekly-accessible-learning-activities-melting-glaciers-helping-adults-and-a-geography-quiz/

Every Wednesday we spotlight five student activities that support a wide range of learners. In this week’s round-up of accessible activities, we invite students to learn about climate change, tell a story about helping an adult, interpret a photo, tell a story based on a drawing, and test their geography knowledge.

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