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Mobile medical stations in front of each district hospital in Bulgaria

From Thursday mobile medical stations will be situated in front of all state and regional hospitals in the country. This became clear at a briefing given by the Health Minister Kostadin Angelov. There will be a team of a doctor and a nurse in these medical stations. They will consult patients who cannot reach specialists or their personal doctor for one reason or another. This will give people access to a timely consultation and a quick COVID-19 test.

Mobile medical stations in front of each district hospital in Bulgaria

The newly formed structure is expected to put an end to the chaos surrounding the hospitalisation and isolation of COVID-19 infected people. Potentially infected people who come to seek medical help in the hospital will not mix with patients visiting the hospital for other reasons. Health professionals will treat them wearing high-end protective suits which will minimize the likelihood of the medics getting infected.

Upon admission, patients will have a rapid blood test done and after 15 minutes they will have their result – either positive or negative. The reliability of these tests is 96% and they are faster and cheaper than the PCR tests, which are processed for at least 24 hours.

The newly diagnosed COVID-19 infected people in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours are 2 427. The distribution by districts is as follows: Blagoevgrad – 136; Burgas – 57; Varna – 148; Veliko Tarnovo – 23; Vidin – 2; Vratsa – 55; Gabrovo – 34; Dobrich – 23; Kardzhali – 34; Kyustendil – 30; Lovech – 29; Montana – 60; Pazardzhik – 37; Pernik – 60; Pleven – 45; Plovdiv – 255; Razgrad – 27; Ruse – 86; Silistra – 4; Sliven – 11; Smolyan – 20; Sofia region – 56; Sofia city – 979; Stara Zagora – 53; Targovishte – 26; Haskovo – 36; Shumen – 93; Yambol – 8.

The total number of confirmed cases in Bulgaria has reached 56 496 with 34 110 of them active. The cured people are 21 037. Of these, 507 were registered during the past 24 hours. 2 841 patients with proven COVID-19 were admitted to hospitals with 180 of them in intensive care. The total number of deaths is 1 349 with 51 from the last 24 hours.

According to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control since 31 December 2019 and as of 03 November 2020, 47 093 222 cases of COVID-19 have been reported worldwide, including 1 207 290 deaths.

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