The newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours are 466 from 7,503 tests, the daily report on the National Information Portal shows on May 9.
European consumers are increasingly the victims of misleading advertising and social media scams.
COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 2,126 New Cases
Most adults under the age of 40 will be given an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine due to a link with rare blood clots.
Australia is likely to remain shut to visitors until late 2022, the country's trade and tourism minister said Friday, as another global coronavirus surge smashed hopes of a quick reopening.
Russian President Vladimir Putin likened the country's COVID-19 vaccine to a Kalashnikov assault rifle during a televised video conference on Thursday.
Since the coronavirus pandemic hit, masks have become mandatory in many public places.
In its Therapeutics Strategy, adopted on Thursday, the Commission says that vaccination rates are increasing across the EU, but therapeutics are vital to treat those people who are still falling ill and reduce the rate of acute and severe Covid-19.
Singer Vanya Kostova died at the age of 64 yesterday, Nova TV reports.
In the last 24 hours, 27 patients died from Covid-19 complications.
"Big four" in EU Push for Fast Application of Recovery Plan
A Malian woman has given birth to nine babies at once — after expecting seven, according to Mali's Minister of Health and the Moroccan clinic where the nonuplets were born.
The Zagreb Administrative Court has made a historic decision in the “Kožić and Šegota” case of a same-sex couple.
Bulgaria is a risk-free zone for tourists who want to visit the country but certain rules have to be observed.
The Pentagon said Wednesday it is following the trajectory of a Chinese rocket expected to make an uncontrolled entry into the atmosphere this weekend, with the risk of crashing down in an inhabited area.
Mountaineers and authorities at Everest base camp in Nepal have told the BBC they are seeing rising numbers of climbers with Covid-19 symptoms and rising numbers of positive tests, raising fears of a serious outbreak.
Serbia's president said on Wednesday his country would pay each citizen who gets a Covid jab before the end of May, in what could be the world's first cash-for-jabs scheme.
New Zealand: No Active COVID-19 Cases
Emergency Epidemic Situation in Bulgaria will be Prolonged