The Bulgarian company Allterco Robotics has released its latest smart product on the market – a smart camera with the capability of remotely taking body temperature with an accuracy level of within 0.3℃ of the real number. As the company notes, the MyKi Tcam is a pandemic control solution with features like body temperature screening and a smart warning system.
Travel between Bulgaria and Greece will be without quarantine as of 1 June. The decision was made at a video conference of the leaders of Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia and Romania and was announced Tuesday by Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
Bulgaria may enter ERM II, the so-called “waiting room of the Eurozone”, in July as long as it meets one last condition, Valdis Dombrovskis, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission, told Bulgarian National Radio.
As of 6 May, the checkpoints set up by the Interior Ministry at the entry and exit points of large cities as part of the coronavirus restrictions, will be removed and Bulgarians will be able to travel between cities and regions again, the Health Ministry said Tuesday.
By an order of the director general of the General Directorate of Civil Aviation Administration, Stanimir Leshev, as of 27 April the ban which was imposed on 16 April on flights to and from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has been lifted.
All Bulgarian nationals who are travelling to Romania will be held under mandatory 14-day quarantine at an address that they have to provide. The restriction does not apply to truck drivers and transit travellers, border police authorities inform. The measure is in force since midnight on 25 March.
The Sofia Opera and Ballet is continuing its new initiative to stream some of its classics for free. On 15 March the cultural institution's Facebook page launched the online platform SOFIA OPERA PEARLS STREAMS - a series of streams of live recordings of shows from the opera's vast repertoire.
A day after the Czech Republic, the Bulgarian parliament also voted unanimously on Friday to declare a state of emergency until April 13 to contain the spread of coronavirus after the number of confirmed cases in the country more than tripled to 23 and the country reported its first death of a patient due to the virus on Wednesday.