In Bulgaria returned mask mode
The Bulgarian authorities ordered re-introduce the compulsory wearing of masks in closed public areas, according to the publication the Sofia Globe with reference to the Minister of health Cyril Ananieva.
As reported by Ananyev, the decision to re-enter the reversed mask mode was made against the background of General strengthening of the restrictive measures. The reason was the deteriorating situation with the spread COVID-19 in the country in recent days. So, for a 15-day period (from 7 to 22 June) the number of active cases in Bulgaria increased by 626. According to Ananiev, due to the fact that most of the citizens have neglected the strict observance of sanitary norms.
In connection with the deterioration of the situation imposes restrictions on the holding of mass events. Wearing masks is mandatory in cinemas, theatres, night clubs and during sports competitions in the closed premises. Also, enhanced control of the wearing of masks in public transport, hospitals and pharmacies. In addition, when visiting stores and shopping centers people are obliged to keep the distance of 1.5 meters.
In mid-may, the Bulgarian government declared a state of emergency epidemiological situation (BSEC), he replaced in effect since March 13, the state of emergency and had to act in Bulgaria from 14 may to 14 June. In early June, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said that the regime of the BSEC and its related measures will be fully cancelled on 15 June, but was subsequently subsequently the regime was upheld until the end of the month. As noted by the Sofia Globe, the decision on its further extension will be taken at the end of the week.
According to the latest data, Bulgaria has seen a total of 3 905 cases of coronavirus, died in 199 patients. Cured of over two thousand people.
World health organization March 11 announced the outbreak of a new coronavirus infection COVID-19 pandemic. According to the latest who data, the world revealed more than 8.7 million cases, more than 461 thousand people died.
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