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Three Covid-related deaths registered in the past day

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There were 295 new Covid cases registered in Bulgaria in the past day, which is 254 more than the day before. 58% of the newly infected are non-vaccinated citizens. 5.6% of 5,195 tests returned positive result, compared to 5.3% on Monday, according to the coronavirus.bg portal.

The total number of registered patients declined by 46 to 4,428. Yesterday, the number of hospital admissions reached 62. The total number of hospitalized patients decreased by two to 354. There are 36 infected people in intensive care.

Three Covid-related deaths were reported during the day. Two of the deceased had not been immunized. The number of recoveries on Monday reached 338. A total of 302 vaccines were administered in the past day.


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