Bulgaria will tighten restrictions on COVID-19
The Bulgarian authorities have decided to tighten restrictive measures in connection with COVID-19 due to a sharp increase in cases of infection with coronavirus in the country, according to the publication the Sofia Globe with reference to the statement of the head of the Ministry of health Cyril Ananieva.
The Minister noted that the easing of restrictive measures has not led to the expected results. In this regard, it was decided to return some of the limitations earlier.
It is noted that on July 10, the country introduced a ban on visits to Nightclubs and bars. Clubs and bars under the open sky, available to visit, but the number of guests should not exceed 50% of the maximum capacity. In addition, the number of participants in mass events may not exceed 30 people. All sporting events will now be held without spectators.
Earlier, the authorities extended the mode of action of the extraordinary epidemiological situation in connection with COVID-19 until the end of July.
For the last day in Bulgaria confirmed 240 cases of infection with coronavirus. The total number of cases reached 6 342. Died since the epidemic of 259 patients with COVID-19. Recovered 3 166 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 11.6 million cases, more than 539 thousand people died.
Recent data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.of the Russian Federation.