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Three ways for foreign tourists to enter Bulgaria from May 1st

Three ways for foreign tourists to enter Bulgaria from May 1st

Days before the beginning of the summer tourist season it became clear that there will be new rules for foreign tourists to enter Bulgaria. This was announced by the resigned Minister of Health Kostadin Angelov.

From May 1st, there will be 3 ways for tourists to enter Bulgaria – with a vaccination certificate for a completed vaccination course against COVID-19; with a negative PCR or antigen test; with a document for overcoming the coronavirus infection not more than 6 months from the date of entry into the country. This was stated to journalists by the Minister of Health Kostadin Angelov. The certificate is issued when the second dose of the vaccine is administered, Angelov also reminded.

A reminder that from April 24th it is allowed to hold face-to-face group classes in language centers, educational centers, etc. It is also allowed to hold outdoor sports competitions from April 24th. They are allowed to have an audience occupying 30% of the seats, but there should not be more than 1000 people in a sector. The audience must keep a distance of 1.5 m and wear face masks.

1,759 people were newly diagnosed with COVID-19 in Bulgaria during the last 24 hours. The distribution by districts is as follows: Blagoevgrad – 81; Burgas – 25; Varna – 136; Veliko Tarnovo – 83; Vidin – 17; Vratsa – 37; Gabrovo – 30; Dobrich – 54; Kardzhali – 19; Kyustendil – 38; Lovech – 35; Montana – 56; Pazardzhik – 61; Pernik – 25; Pleven – 38; Plovdiv – 174; Razgrad – 15; Ruse – 105; Silistra – 24; Sliven – 33; Smolyan – 27; Sofia region – 54; Sofia city – 338; Stara Zagora – 120; Targovishte – 19; Haskovo – 41; Shumen – 49; Yambol – 25.

The cases of COVID-19, confirmed in our country at the moment, are a total of 399,259. Of these, 54,115 are active. The cured people are 329,043, of which 4,100 were registered during the past 24 hours. There are 7,669 patients with COVID-19 in hospitals with 724 of them in intensive care. 734,150 are the total doses of vaccines administered against COVID-19, 10,910 of which in the last 24 hours. The death toll is 16,101 with 194 cases registered in the last 24 hours.

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