Bulgaria's Health Minister with Three New Orders Related to COVID-19
The Minister of Health issued three orders in connection with the decision of the Council of Ministers to extend the emergency epidemic situation until the end of September, the Ministry of Health announced.
Negative PCR test and quarantine requirement for arrivals from Turkey, Serbia and Belarus dropped
Persons arriving in Bulgaria from Turkey, Serbia and Belarus are admitted to the country without the need to present a document showing a negative test for COVID-19. The issued prescriptions for quarantine of persons who arrived in Bulgaria from Turkey, Serbia and Belarus in the period from 20.08.2020 to 31.08.2020 are revoked.
Attended classes in the school and preschool education system are resumed
Attended classes in the system of preschool and school education are resumed. The educational process is organized and conducted in accordance with the Guidelines prepared by the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Health for the operation of the system of preschool and school education in the school year 2020-2021 in the conditions of COVID-19.
Attendance in higher education institutions is carried out according to the requirements of the respective higher education institution and in compliance with the general anti-epidemic measures introduced in the country. If possible, the learning process is conducted remotely in an electronic environment through the use of information and communication technologies.
Language and educational centers, as well as entertainment centers, organized by legal entities and individuals, provide their services in an electronic environment, and in case of impossibility - in providing a physical distance between persons of 1.5 meters and in compliance with the introduced anti-epidemic measures.
Visits to medical institutions - starting tomorrow, September 1, are allowed only for relatives of patients in the terminal stage.
It is recommended to continue the work process in remote form
The work process of the collective management bodies and the employees should be carried out, if possible, in a remote form (home work / remote work) or to establish working hours with variable limits or work in shifts. This is stated in an order issued today by the Minister of Health.
According to the order, employers may apply other preventive measures and methods of work, depending on the specifics of the respective work activity. The aim is to provide a better level of protection for workers, incl. and limiting non-essential contacts in the workplace.
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