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COVID-19 situation update: Restaurants in Bulgaria to open soon.

Restaurants in Bulgaria will open on March 1st, observing strict anti-epidemic measures and with reduced capacity for customers. However, nightclubs and discos will not open until April 1st.

COVID-19 situation update: Restaurants in Bulgaria to open soon.

The ban for organized trips in the country will be lifted on March 1st. For trips abroad, this will happen from April 1st, 2021. This was announced by the Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova. The ban on organized events – congresses, weddings, seminars, conferences, etc. will be lifted from March 1st, but there will be a 30% limit on the capacity of the seats. The limit of up to 15 people for organized private events, such as weddings, is also maintained.

Restaurants will open from March 1st with a capacity of 50%. No more than 6 people will be allowed at one table. The working hours of the restaurants will end at 23:00. Observance of all anti-epidemic measures is of course mandatory.

As for the epidemic situation – the newly diagnosed people in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours are 1,822. The distribution by districts is as follows: Blagoevgrad – 78; Burgas – 194; Varna – 112; Veliko Tarnovo – 22; Vidin – 5; Vratsa – 69; Gabrovo – 11; Dobrich – 19; Kardzhali – 15; Kyustendil – 41; Lovech – 27; Montana – 20; Pazardzhik – 44; Pernik – 36; Pleven – 103; Plovdiv – 139; Razgrad – 1; Ruse – 27; Silistra – 28; Sliven – 65; Smolyan – 21; Sofia region – 50; Sofia city – 503; Stara Zagora – 55; Haskovo – 57; Shumen – 51; Yambol – 29.

A total of 243,946 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Bulgaria. There are 31,173 active cases. 202,694 people were cured, of which 689 were registered during the past 24 hours. There are a total of 4,368 patients in hospitals with 370 of them in intensive care. The total doses of vaccines administered to date are 188,512. Of these, 20,050 have been administered in the last 24 hours. The death toll is 10,079 with 53 cases registered during the past 24 hours.

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