According to information released on the unified information site, Bulgaria has seen an additional 236 instances of the new coronavirus in the past 24 hours. During the previous day, 5,478 tests were conducted, and these new instances were found.
The new cases had a positive rate of 4.3 percent. Nearly 63.98 percent of the newly reported cases belonged to the unvaccinated population.
To date, 1,164,358 instances of proven COVID infection have been reported since the start of the pandemic, with an active toll of 79,121 cases.
Six individuals with viral sickness died as well from the most lethal virus, increasing the death toll to 37,121. At the same time, 1,372 COVID patients have recovered and been discharged from the hospital, bringing the overall recovery rate up to 1,048,116 percent.
There are now 439 COVID patients at the hospital, which includes the 35 new patients who were just admitted. It is estimated that 38 people are now being treated in critical care units — ICUs. One hundred and eighty-eighty-five percent of the newly hospitalized patients had not received any vaccinations.
In Europe, a further 728 dosages of the vaccine were given out yesterday. There are now 2,059,059 people who have received all of the recommended doses of the COVID-19 vaccination and are therefore fully protected until May 26, 2022. Nearly 30% of the overall eligible population is represented by this figure.
It’s also worth noting there are also a number of 757,059 Bulgarian individuals who’ve had all three of the immunizations given to them. As of May 26, 2022, this number of people represents approximately 10.9 percent of the entire targeted eligible population.