Measures against Covid-19 extended until 12 April

Kiril Ananiev

Bulgaria's Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev issued an ordinance extending the measures against the coronavirus pandemic until 12 April, BGNES reported.

Payment service providers are allowed to operate in large shopping centres, such as malls, only under strict compliance with the sanitary and hygiene requirements, including disinfection, fresh air circulation, personal hygiene instruction for staff, provision of personal protective equipment and non-admittance of employees showing symptoms of acute contagious diseases.

Minister Ananiev's ordinance comes after a recommendation from the National Crisis Response Centre for combating the coronavirus. As of 26 March, 243 Covid-19 cases have been registered in Bulgaria. Three people have died.

You can find all about the measures introduced on 21 March Here.

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