Due to the increased number of COVID-19 infected people in Bulgaria the Minister of Health has issued a new order with stricter anti-epidemic measures.
Wearing masks in indoor public places is once again mandatory in Bulgaria. Mass control over the observance of all anti-epidemic measures will also be stricter. This was said by the Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev at a briefing at the Ministry of Health.
The Ministry of Health announced that the Minister of Health of Bulgaria issued an order cancelling some of the measures introduced because of COVID-19. According to the order, as of May 26th, cultural and entertainment events are allowed (such as theatres, concerts, stage events, classes in dance, creative and musical arts, etc.).
The European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) has published a map of the current restrictions and travel opportunities in Europe introduced to help reduce the coronavirus infection. The map makes it possible to trace the temporary restrictions all throughout Europe.
Malls and gyms in Bulgaria open today after being closed for 2 months due to the coronavirus. However, a number of restrictive measures remain in place. Protective face masks will be mandatory in all indoor spaces.