Complex

Complex

Twisted Knee Complex

Twisted Knee Complex


2,460 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria 27.5.2020
2,460 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria
May 27 (BTA) - The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria is 2,460, the national coronavirus task force said at its news briefing on Wednesday morning. The latest confirmed cases are 17. The fatalities are...

Health Minister Issues Order Repealing Some Restrictive Measures Imposed Due to COVID-19 27.5.2020
Health Minister Issues Order Repealing Some Restrictive Measures Imposed Due to COVID-19
May 27 (BTA) - Health Minister Kiril Ananiev issued an order revoking some of the restrictive measures introduced due to COVID-19, said the press service of the Ministry of Health on Tuesday evening. As of Tuesday,...

Bulgaria Has 617 Villages with Fewer than 10 or No Residents 26.5.2020
Bulgaria Has 617 Villages with Fewer than 10 or No Residents
Sofia, May 26 (BTA) - Bulgaria has 617 villages without population or with residents in the single digits, BTA found from the National Register of Populated Places of the National Statistical Institute. The data...


Weather/BNB fixing 01.06.20

20° Sofia 21° Plovdiv
20° Burgas 17° Stara Zagora
21° Varna 20° Rousse
CHF 1.59816 GBP 2.31651 USD 1.4962
MaxConsult.bg is a member of
www.fiabci.com www.nsni.bg www.bcci.bg/bulgarian/

State of Emergency to Not Be Extended beyond May 13

State of Emergency to Not Be Extended beyond May 13

04.5.2020
Sofia, May 4 (BTA) - The state of emergency in Bulgaria will not be extended beyond May 13, Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov told a briefing on Monday. The briefing, which was given after an extraordinary sitting of the Cabinet, presented to the media details about draft changes to the Health Act and the Act on the Measures and Actions during the State of Emergency that the Government has elaborated. Goranov specified that the Cabinet will review a bill to amend the Health Act so that part of the measures under the state of emergency would remain in effect after May 13, when the national emergency is set to be lifted. Also, part of the measures under the Act on the Measures and Actions during the State of Emergency will remain in force for two months after its completion, Goranov explained. There will be a gradual return to the normal socio-economic life, he noted. Addressing the briefing, Health Minister Kiril Ananiev specified that Art. 61 of the Health Act will be amended to allow the Health Minister to decree the conditions and order for the compulsory quarantining of: persons with infectious diseases; infection carriers and their contacts; persons arriving in Bulgaria from another country. Ananiev added that Art.63 of the Health Act authorizes the Health Minister, acting on a proposal of the chief health inspector, to declare an emergency epidemic situation. In that case, the Health Minister can determine the corresponding emergency anti-epidemic measures on the country's entire territory or in separate regions as a means to protect citizens' life and health. Justice Minister Danail Kirilov told the briefing that after May 13, the justice system will resume its work in its full volume and scope. The norms currently in force concerning the so-called social protection package will be amended and made more specific, Kirilov said, adding that the proposals of the Labour and Social Policy Ministry have been taken into view. Some of the measures will not be limited to two months after the lift of the national emergency; some will remain in effect until the end of 2020, he noted. It also transpired during the briefing that the there will be no external examination for fourth- and tenth-graders at the end of the 2019/2020 school year, as proposed by the Education and Science Ministry. By decision of the Education Minister, those exams could be held after the start of the 2020/2021 school year. Source: Sofia, Photo: , http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2204795
Latest news:
1,652 Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Bulgaria 1,652 Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Bulgaria
Sofia, May 4 (BTA) - The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria has reached 1,652, according to data from the National Coronavirus Task Force unveiled at 5 pm on Monday. A total of 316 COVID-19 patients...
1,618 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria, Second Health Worker Dies 1,618 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria, Second Health Worker Dies
May 3 (BTA) - The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria is 1,618, according to national task force data as at 5 pm on Sunday, the Health Ministry said. There are 316 patients in hospitals, including 39 in...
Health Minister Eases Some Lockdown Restrictions Health Minister Eases Some Lockdown Restrictions
May 3 (BTA) - Health Minister Kiril Ananiev Sunday lifted some restrictions imposed during the coronavirus state of emergency which ends on May 13. The easing of restrictions is effective as of May 4, except for...
PM Borissov: Draft Legislation on Anti-Epidemic Measures in the Works PM Borissov: Draft Legislation on Anti-Epidemic Measures in the Works
May 3 (BTA) - Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Sunday that a draft law on lifting the state of emergency was being prepared and would be ready by Monday. Epidemic control measures will become part of one or two...
1,594 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria,First Health Worker Death Reported 1,594 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria,First Health Worker Death Reported
May 2 (BTA) - The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria was 1,594 as at 5 pm on Saturday, show data of the national coronavirus task force as quoted by the Health Ministry\'s press centre. The fatalities...
Second Batch of Medicines, Protective Gear Purchased By Government Arrive from China Second Batch of Medicines, Protective Gear Purchased By Government Arrive from China
May 2 (BTA) - A second batch of medicinal products and protective gear purchased by the Bulgarian Government from China, have arrived at Sofia Airport. The purchase was made following the agreements reached between...
April Surplus under Consolidated Fiscal Programme Forecastat 1.4% of Projected GDP April Surplus under Consolidated Fiscal Programme Forecastat 1.4% of Projected GDP
May 2 (BTA) - According to preliminary data and estimates as at April 2020, the surplus under the Consolidated Fiscal Programme (CFP) will amount to 1,587.1 million leva (1.4 per cent of the projected GDP), the...
1,506 Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Bulgaria 1,506 Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Bulgaria
April 30 (BTA) - The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria reached 1,506, including 18 new cases added on Thursday, the Health Ministry reported late on Thursday afternoon, citing data from the National...
Payment Period for Home Electricity Bills Extended to 30 Days Payment Period for Home Electricity Bills Extended to 30 Days
April 30 (BTA) - As of Thursday, the payment period for home electricity bills has been extended to 30 days from 20 days now, Energy Minister Temenouzhka Petkova told a news briefing. She recalled that the payment...
Manufacturing Prices Down by 2.6% in March Reports National Statistical Institute Manufacturing Prices Down by 2.6% in March Reports National Statistical Institute
April 30 (BTA) - The total industry producer price index decreased by 2.1 per cent in March 2020, compared to previous month, the National Statistical Institute said Thursday. A decrease was registered in manufacturing...