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NEWLY REPORTED COVID-19 CASES IN LAST 24 HOURS (7.29.2021, 6:17pm CEST, WHO):   U.S. 82,375    India 43,509    Brazil 41,411    France 27,798    The United Kingdom 25,402    Turkey 22,291    Argentina 16,757    Columbia 11,426    Spain 15,111    Italy 5,693    Iran 33,817    Germany 3,142    Indonesia 43,479    Mexico 17,408    South Africa 17,302    Peru 1,366    The Netherlands 3,513    Iraq 13,515    Philippines 4,478    Bangladesh 15,271    Malaysia 17,405    Pakistan 4,119    Portugal 3,452    Japan 9,470    Israel 2,168    Jordan 1,055    Nepal 2,335    United Arab Emirates 1,527    Morocco 9,428    Thailand 17,669    Lebanon 1,224    Saudi Arabia 1,334    Greece 2,870    Panama 1,110    Georgia 2,796    Guatemala 3,575    Cuba 9,323    Denmark 1,284    Venezuela 1,060    Ireland 1,301    Honduras 1,240    Myanmar 5,234    Libya 3,161    Kenya 1,006    South Korea 1,674    Algeria 1,927    Mongolia 1,243    Vietnam 6,519    Mozambique 2,460    Zimbabwe 1,856    Fiji 1,057    China 70    Singapore 136    New Zealand 5    Australia 206   

Nearly 1,000 new coronavirus cases reported in Bulgaria

Christian Fernsby |
The Bulgarian Health Ministry on Saturday morning reported a record high of 998 newly confirmed coronavirus cases over the past day in the country, taking the national tally to 28,505.

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The ministry said 306 of the new cases were registered in the country's capital Sofia, bringing the total in the city to 7,663.

Meanwhile, the country's coronavirus death toll has reached 958 after 14 more patients died in the last day, the ministry said.

A total of 1,450 patients are hospitalized, with 76 in intensive care, and the number of infected medical workers has reached 1,520, it said.

The ministry added that 197 people have recovered in the last 24 hours, raising the number of the country's total recoveries to 16,875.


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