The only time that tour operators are required to give a refund on holiday packages is if the Foreign Office changes its travel advice for a region and turns it into a no-go area, which they have not done in this case. Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister, Ekaterina Zaharieva, considers Bulgaria as one of the safest tourist destinations to travel to amid the current Coronavirus pandemic situation. [146] The company announced that with government support in funding and shorter clinical trial protocols, the drug could be synthesised in two months. [24] There were 13 breaches of quarantine; patients involved were returned to treatment facilities and warned of repercussions, including fines and prison sentences. The Staff fulfills a direct operational role in the management of the crisis and its decisions are implemented through executive orders of Bulgaria's Prime Minister and the country's Minister of Health. Wizz Air has cut flights between Bulgaria and Italy, while Bulgaria Air cancels all flights to Milan due to coronavirus.

If the hotel is a large chain, it could be worth asking to change your stay to another location or delay your trip but they are under no obligation to grant this. Ognyan Isaev, a Roma activist, expressed concerns that if the pandemic worsened, discriminatory measures could be reinstated.

Will Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast resorts, increasingly popular with western European sun-seekers, be able to survive the crisis?

Additionally, sanitary control units will be established on some border crossings with Serbia, North Macedonia, Greece and Romania. [52] The government announced that by 18 April, 26 417 tests had been performed. All of its internal medicine specialists have been quarantined after one of the four initial cases was confirmed to be a nurse at the hospital. Day-to-day data as released by the Ministry of Health. The second victim of the virus was the 74-year old husband of the first victim. Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister, Ekaterina Zaharieva, considers Bulgaria as one of the safest tourist destinations to travel to amid the current Coronavirus pandemic situation. [153] A survey conducted by the Bulgarian Industrial Association showed that initially only 8% of the companies were willing to use the government stimulus package, which quickly became colloquially known as 'the 60/40 measure'. [154] The proposal envisions the government paying 60% of the impacted businesses' employee wages for up to three months, as long as the companies refrain from lay-offs. The man tested positive for the virus after being hospitalized for … Two new cases were confirmed in Blagoevgrad, two in Plovdiv and one in Pleven. 15 of the newly confirmed cases were in Sofia, 2 in Smolyan, one in Pleven, one in Veliko Tarnovo and one in Varna. [13] As of 8 March, 254 suspected cases were under quarantine across the country. Passt auf euch auf.

"One action plan is how to deal with the upcoming winter season and the summer season in 2021. The total number of tests reached 15,899. [56] Following numerous imported cases from Britain (e.g. Photo: EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV. [1] Two other samples in Pleven and Gabrovo were positive on 8 March. лева", "Командир Жасмина Христова и екипажът ѝ доставиха първата пратка медицински материали от Китай", "Костадин Петков, София Тех Парк: Работим с иновативни фирми, които са разработили молекула за лечение на коронавирус", "Химикът Филип Фратев: До 2 месеца можем да имаме лекарство срещу коронавируса", "COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing through May 2020", "Бъркат с тестовете за коронавирус у нас, затова не откриват", "Some European officials use virus as a cover to target Roma", "Над 31 000 българи са останали без работа от 13 март насам", "От схемата 60/40 биха се възползвали едва 8% от фирмите, твърди проучване", "Приемането на документи за държавните помощи за фирмите започва утре, обеща Сачева", Public Health Emergency of International Concern, Decentralized Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing, Sancaktepe Prof. Dr. Feriha Öz Emergency Hospital, Yeşilköy Prof. Dr. Murat Dilmener Emergency Hospital, NHS Nightingale Hospital Yorkshire and the Humber, Kandakadu Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre, Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses, COVID-19 Response Acceleration Task Force, Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups, Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases, National COVID-19 Coordination Commission, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, Coronavirus Scientific Advisory Board (Turkey), Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency, Tests, cases, tests per capita, cases per capita by country, Tests, cases, tests per capita, cases per capita by country subdivision, World map by countries: confirmed per capita, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=COVID-19_pandemic_in_Bulgaria&oldid=984973020, Short description with empty Wikidata description, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2020, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Growth of confirmed cases. Two people were admitted to hospital in critical condition, while three new patients recovered, bringing the number of recovered to 8. Karastoyanova explained that two plans are being worked on in parallel. 179 patients were currently hospitalized, with 18 in intensive care.

[28], The number of confirmed cases in Bulgaria rose to 51 on 15 March. Update vom 8.
Unvernunft wird mit Blick auf Party-Urlaub am bulgarischen Goldstrand angeprangert. The council was chaired by Professor Kosta Kostov, a leading pulmonary disease expert. Organ transplantations are allowed again after a 2-month ban. Oct It is also advised not to touch eyes, nose or mouth with dirty hands. a 78-years old Briton whose sister was known to have been infected by the coronavirus[57][58] and a Bulgarian repatriate from Varna[59]) the Civil Aviation Authority put a ban on all flights between Britain and Bulgaria. "Keep up to date with information from your tour operator, transport or accommodation provider on the impact on any existing travel plans. "What we can say about the upcoming summer season is that it was the most difficult, but also absolutely unusual for the Bulgarian, European and international economy. At least 93 people remained hospitalized, with 53 in Sofia alone. Grocery stores, restaurants, pharmacies, and stores remain open. Dichtes Gedränge herrschte vor den Corona-Schließungen an der "Bierstraße" am Ballermann. [135], On 27 March, the Ministry of Health announced that the country now has the capacity to process between 1,000 and 1,200 tests per day, at an estimated cost of BGN 930,000 (EUR 475,000) per month.

113 patients remained hospitalized, with 13 in serious condition. Mundschutzmasken? If some of them are also tested positive, the Parliament will be adjourned. [25], On 14 March, a second death and a third case in Pleven were reported.

So naiv kann doch eigentlich kein Gastronom sein.“. [50], On 10 April, Sofia City Prosecutor's Office indicted Prof. Asena Stoimenova, chairwoman of the Bulgarian Pharmaceutical Union, under article 326 of the Penal Code following "a series of statements inciting fear in the population during the state of emergency.