A man died in an ambulance after hospitals refused to pick him up, while another patient was taken to a hospital that was not properly equipped and in turn died.
Several Bulgarian hospitals are facing a staffing crisis and are looking for volunteers.
More than 1,600 of the 4,041 cases of COVID-19 reported in the last 24 hours are in the capital Sofia. Bulgaria currently has 37,581 active cases of COVID-19, including the isolated Prime Minister Borisov.
Bulgarian authorities ordered the closure of universities and secondary education in late October, among other anti-epidemic measures taken after several days with successive records of COVID-19 cases. Nightclubs – discos, bars, clubs, etc. were also closed. -, everything that means shows, including cinemas and theaters, except for concerts, but with a participation of only 30% of the capacity of the place where it takes place. In restaurants there must be a distance of at least 1.5 meters between the seats and a maximum of six people at the same table.
The Ministry of Education announced that it is considering the possibility of introducing online education for all students. According to Deputy Minister of Education Tania Mihailova, 623 students and 859 teachers are currently infected.