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Bulgaria: Record close to 11,000 COVID-19 jabs in a single day

Christian Fernsby |
A total of 10 998 doses of vaccine against Covid-19 were administered in Bulgaria on February 21, the second day of the weekend “green corridor” system for giving jabs to all who want, according to figures posted by the national information system.

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The February 22 national information system report said that so far, 119 354 doses of vaccine against Covid-19 had been administered in Bulgaria.

The report said that 26 973 people had received a second dose.

Bulgaria’s death toll linked to Covid-19 rose by 15 in the past 24 hours, to a total of 9854, the national information system said.

Of 2792 tests done on Sunday, 227 – about 8.1 per cent – proved positive.


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