Of importance to foreign citizens in Bulgaria

We will provide the latest information on the measures, undertaken by the country

In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, Europost is launching a new COVID-19 column. It is intended to keep foreign citizens residing and working in Bulgaria informed. 

The section will provide up-to-date information on the measures being taken in the country to fight the spread of the virus, as sourced from official data announced by Bulgarian authorities.

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