The newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours are 193 from 20,910 tests, the daily report on the National Information Portal shows on July 27.
Ardino Municipality, Kardzhali District, will apply to UNESCO for including the emblematic Devil's Bridge in the list of world cultural and natural heritage.
Bulgaria’s Bourgas district has been re-designated as Covid-19 yellow zone as the number of cases has started to increase since last week.
A relatively long period begins with very high temperatures for our latitudes.
The road agency stops the Hemus trucks for a day due to repairs The Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) announced that it will stop the movement of trucks over 12 tons in a 17-kilometer section of the Hemus highway for a little more than 24 hours.
As of Monday, July 26, Bulgaria is closed to foreigners coming from four other countries - the Netherlands, Malta, Andorra and Georgia.
135 are the new cases of COVID-19 in our country.
121 new cases of coronavirus were registered in Bulgaria during the last 24 hours.
The fourth wave of COVID-19 is already in our country.
Serious accident hampered traffic on the Trakya motorway this morning after a driver refused to stop at a police signal, the Interior Ministry's press office said.
Bulgaria will donate 172,500 Vaccines to Kingdom of Bhutan.
In July, the WHO offered to carry out a second phase of research in China, including a laboratory and market test in Wuhan.
Around 3,000 protesters, including many appearing to be religious adherents, were protesting against coronavirus measures that increase pressure on people vaccination to get vaccinated, state media reported.
Former chairman of the State Agency for National Security (SANS) Dimitar Georgiev has been detained for poaching, BNR reports.
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