From today, April 29th, discos, bars, clubs and nightclubs in Bulgaria are allowed to operate. Visit to them will be carried out under strict measures. Staff are required to wear a face mask, but this requirement does not apply to visitors. Discos and bars will have no required closing time. Disinfectants must be provided at the sites. Also, the use of no more than 50% of their capacity will be allowed, according to the order of the resigned Minister of Health Prof. Kostadin Angelov. This is another step towards easing the restrictive measures against the spread of coronavirus in our country.
New anti-epidemic measures come into force on the territory of Bulgaria from 11.30 pm on Friday, November 27th, and will be valid until December 21st, 2020. From 11.30 pm on Friday, November 27th, grocery stores must organize their work as to not allow people under the age of 65 between 8.30 am and 10.30 am. For pharmacies, the so-called “green corridors” are eliminated.
The Minister of Health, Prof. Kostadin Angelov, corrected his order which specifies when elderly people over 65 can shop in grocery stores and pharmacies.