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The emergency epidemic situation in Bulgaria has been extended until November 30

The Bulgarian Council of Ministers adopted a decision to extend the emergency epidemic situation to November 30, 2020. This decision was made because the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a severe public health emergency nationally and globally.

According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, as of 22.09.2020, 31 377 058 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were registered worldwide with 965 681 deaths. Of these, 2 923 580 cases were reported in the European Union and the United Kingdom, with a total death toll of 186 590.

As of September 23, 2020, the total number of coronavirus infected in Bulgaria is 19 123 with 4608 of them active. 13 748 are the cured patients with 21 registered in the last 24 hours. 716 patients have been admitted to hospitals with 31 in intensive care. The death toll in which the coronavirus was proven is 767. 109 are newly diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 24 hours.  The distribution by districts is as follows: Blagoevgrad – 25; Burgas – 9; Varna – 6; Veliko Tarnovo – 1; Vratsa – 3; Gabrovo – 2; Kardzhali – 3; Kyustendil – 3; Montana – 1; Pazardzhik – 1; Pleven – 1; Plovdiv – 7; Sliven – 2; Smolyan – 6; Sofia city – 30; Stara Zagora – 2; Targovishte – 4; Haskovo – 1; Yambol – 2.

The extension of the emergency epidemic situation and the implementation of anti-epidemic measures aims to reduce the impact of COVTD-19 on public health and the health system. This is especially important for the protection of people with a higher health risk – the elderly, people with chronic and oncological diseases and immunocompromised conditions. So we urge everyone to be mindful and to uphold the anti-epidemic measures.

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