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Emergency Situation in Bulgaria May Be Extended By Another Two Months
The Chief State Health Inspector Assoc. Prof. Dr. Angel Kunchev will propose that the emergency situation be extended by another two months. According to him, the measures to combat COVID-19 will not be tightened. Earlier, Kunchev participated in a discussion on "COVID-19 - challenges and solutions for hospitals." At the event, he said that the health care system is prepared for greater...
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50,000 potentially infected with COVID-19 in Bulgaria
Prof. Nikolay Vitanov: There are 50,000 potentially infected with COVID-19 in Bulgaria There are about 50,000 people potentially infected with COVID-19 in Bulgaria. Prof. Nikolay Vitanov made this forecast on NOVA . According to him, in order to calculate the number of potentially infected, the number of deaths should be counted at 200. “Currently, 260 people have died at 200, which...
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Tourism Minister Angelkova: Bulgaria is a Safe Holiday Destination, Tourist Season Starts on July 1
The active summer tourist season will start on July 1, Bulgaria’s Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova told BNT’s current affairs show “More from the Day” on May 27.

"We have an extremely clear plan and strategy in this difficult situation, which is unpredictable and unexpected both for the tourism sector, which is directly affected, and for...
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COVID-19 Will Cost 132 Billion Euro to Airlines Worldwide

The losses that airlines will incur in the two-year period 2020-21 rise to 157.2 billion dollars (about 132.4 billion euros), according to estimates by IATA, the International Association of Air Transport.

The revision of the outlook for the sector, highlights that "the heavy losses of the industry will continue in 2021, although an improvement in performance can be expected" next year.

For 2020, the forecast is for a minus of 118.5 billion dollars (99.8 billion euros), compared to 84.3 billion estimated in June, while the 2021 loss will expand to 38.7 billion (32.6 billion euros), from the 15.8 billion dollars of the previous estimate./Ansa

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11 Million Tourists Visited Turkey in 10 Months, Russians - 2 Million, Bulgarians in Third Place with 1 Million

A total of 11.2 million foreign tourists visited Turkey in the first ten months of this year, the Anatolian Agency reported, citing data from the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Due to quarantine measures and restrictions on travel around the world in connection with the coronavirus, the number of foreign tourists visiting the country in the first 10 months of the year decreased by nearly 72.5 percent on an annual basis.

Turkey welcomed about 5.7 million foreign tourists between August and October, while in April and May, the first peak of the pandemic in the country, the number of foreign tourists was only 50,000.

Istanbul was the number one tourist destination in the country during the first ten months of the year. The metropolis has attracted about 37.09 percent of all foreign tourists visiting Turkey, or about 4.15 million foreign tourists.

In second place is the Mediterranean resort of Antalya, which attracted 27.67 percent of foreign tourists during the period (over 3.1 million), followed by the border of Bulgaria and Greece, Edirne, which accounts for 13.47 percent of foreign tourists.

In the first place among foreigners who visited Turkey in the first ten months of the year were Russian tourists, who accounted for 17.06 percent of all foreign tourists, or 1.91 million, followed by German tourists, who accounted for 9.26 percent of all foreign tourists. tourists (1.03 million) and Bulgarian tourists, who represent 8.91 percent of foreign tourists (997,470).

In October, 1.74 million foreign tourists visited Turkey, down 59.40 percent year-on-year.

In 2019, Turkey was visited by over 45 million foreign tourists.

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Negative PCR Tests Mandatory for Passengers Arriving to Spain from 65 Countries, Bulgaria Including


Spain introduces the requirement for a negative PCR test upon entry into the country for citizens of 65 countries at high risk of COVID-19 infection, including Bulgaria. The measure takes effect from today, November 23.

The Spanish authorities require to present a negative test made 72 hours before arrival in Spain. The measure applies upon arrival at an airport or port, but will not affect passengers crossing the country's land borders. The decision concerns international travellers whose final destination is Spain and not transiting to another country of their final destination.

All passengers are also required to fill in a health control form before entering Spain. It can be found at the following link: https://www.spth.gob.es/ or through the free SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH app. The passenger is obliged to keep a hardcopy of the document.
Passengers arriving in Spain by air or sea must undergo body temperature control, which will be carried out routinely, with a limit of up to 37,5 ÂşC.

The list of countries or risk areas and the criteria used to determine them will be reviewed every fifteen days. Currently on the list of European countries are Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark (excluding the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Slovenia, Slovakia, Estonia, France, Greece (excluding the regions of Kitri, Ionia NĂ­sia, Dietiki Elada and Herea Elada), Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal (excluding the Azores), Romania and Liechtenstein. /BGNES

Authorities may request to see the result of the test, which must be an original document, written either in Spanish or in English, and which may be presented in paper or electronic format

In an announcement  in Spain’s Official Gazette, the government offered more details about the new requirement and provided a list of 65 affected countries and territories, which include the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland, France, Belgium, Italy, Argentina, Switzerland and Russia, Bulgaria is also included.

This list will be reviewed every 15 days and the update will be available on the Health Ministry website and on the Spain Travel Health website.

In the Official Gazette announcement, the government also confirmed that for now only PCR tests will be accepted, not antigen tests or antibody tests such as ELISA, CLIA or ECLIA.

Starting on November 23, passengers filling out a health control form before entering Spain (available on www.spth.gob.es or through the free app SPAIN TRAVEL HEALTH-SpTH) will find an additional question asking whether they have a negative PCR test result taken over the previous 72 hours.

Authorities may request to see the result of the test, which must be an original document, written either in Spanish or in English, and which may be presented in paper or electronic format, according to the ministry.

The Gazette adds that “passengers arriving in Spain by sea and those arriving by air who, exceptionally, were unable to fill out an electronic health control form, may show a paper form before boarding, as an alternative to the QR code. In this case, the form must be accompanied by the document certifying that the diagnostic test has been done.”

The Canary Islands, which currently have the best coronavirus situation in Spain, recently approved a similar measure that is set to go into effect on November 14. But in this case it affects both foreign and Spanish tourists, who will not be allowed into a hotel or other tourist accommodation without a negative test taken within the last 72 hours.

For now there are no plans for other regional governments to follow suit and ask tourists from other parts of Spain to produce a negative PCR test in order to stay at a hotel or holiday rental./el pais

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Richard Alibegov: One-Month Lockdown Will Mean End to Clubs and Restaurant Business in Bulgaria


All guest houses and villas across Bulgaria have been reserved for the Students’ Day (8 December), people are going to celebrate, said Richard Alibegov, Chairman of the Bulgarian Restaurant Association on the Bulgarian National TV.

"As we assumed a month ago, there is no particular health effect of the closure of the establishments. People who are not afraid or do not believe in the Coronavirus will find a way to have fun. It happens at guest houses, in resorts," he said.

"If the country closes down for another month, it will be the end for our business," Alibegov added.

"Nightlife clubs and restaurants have been closed for two weeks, probably 70% will never open again," he said.

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Tourism Trends: Travels Fall by 23,6 Percent in the Third Trimester of 2020


In the third trimester of 2020,a little over 324,000 Bulgarian citizens traveled across Bulgaria and abroad, which is 23.6% less as compared with the last year, which is explained by the epidemic situation in the country, preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI) show.

The majority of Bulgarians, or 94.1%, have traveled only within our country, 3.2% - only abroad, while 2.7% have traveled both around the country and abroad. A strong decrease compared with the previous year  is registered in the number of people travelling abroad (down by 88%), while the number of trips in the country shrank much less (down by 5%), the number of people travelling both at home and abroad fell by 49.7%.

Regarding the cost structure of different types of travel, the largest budget item for home travelers in the country is food (41.3%), as for the trips abroad, this is the cost of transportation - 31.9%.

The majority of tourist trips of persons aged 15 and over, both in the country (67.9%), and abroad (59.4%),were for "vacationing and excursion", or for "visiting loved ones" - 24.4% and 26.6% respectively.

In the third trimester of the year the average cost of travel per person for those aged 15 and over was BGN 308.80 in the country and BGN 786.20 abroad. At the same time, the cost per person for business trips averages BGN 135.96 in the country and BGN 1052.57 abroad, according to the data of the NSI.


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Greece Shuts Some Land Borders, Makaza-Nimfea Checkpoint Lets through Only Trucks


Greece is closing some land borders to curb the spread of coronavirus to the north, Keep Talking Greece reported. The Greek government has decided to close some of the border crossings in northern Greece and tightens test requirements for Covid-19 in an attempt to curb the rapid spread of Coronavirus over the wider area. One border checkpoint with Albania is shut down and one border crossing point with Bulgaria will remain open only for trucks.

"The Krystallopigi (Smardesh) border checkpoint will be closed from 06 am on Friday, November 20, 2020," government spokesman Stelios Petsas said. He added that "the Kakavia (Albania), Evzonoi (North Macedonia) and Kulata-Promahon (Bulgaria) border crossing points will remain open, while only trucks will pass through the Makaza-Nimfea (Bulgaria) checkpoint."

 The minister added that those entering the country, in addition to the mandatory negative PCR tests carried out 72 hours before arrival in Greece, will also undergo rapid tests at the borders.

"Those tested negative will be able to enter the country and be directed to their destination," Petsas said.

Regarding the epidemiological burden in northern Greece, Petsas said that the control of compliance with protection and blocking measures will be strengthened.

"The number of infection cases remains high in the area despite the blockade," he said.

The mainstream media blame not only citizens for this, but also seasonal workers who come to northern Greece from neighboring countries and from areas with high morbidity rates. At 3:00 pm, state-run ERT TV reported from Krystallopigi that increasingly fewer seasonal workers are coming to the country and many are leaving Greece to not be trapped there. It is unclear whether the border crossing point will remain open to commercial vehicles, ERT reported, adding that the decision should be expected to be published in the official gazette. /BGNES

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Bulgarian Parliament Discusses 9% VAT on Food Deliveries


The Bulgarian parliamentary budget committee will discuss another reduction of VAT tax rate during the second reading debates on changes to tax legislation next year. The MPs of the ruling GERB party, have amended two discussions, according to which a 9% tax on home food supplies will be imposed next year. So far this business was an exception to the reduced tax that the restaurant business enjoyed due to COVID-19 epidemic.

If the amendment is adopted, only hard liquor served in restaurants will be subject to 20%-tax as 9% VAT tax is imposed on foods and soft drinks from the beginning of June, and beer and wine – since August.

The restaurant business welcomed the amendment, but the market chains oppose it. They insist on getting lower VAT rate on sales of ready-made foods because the type of service is the same. /BGNES


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Want to Dinner at a Restaurant in France - Wait Until January 15

If you want to go to a bar or restaurant in France, you will have to wait at least until January 15, 2021. Then the restaurants are expected to reopen their doors to visitors, said the state agency France Info.

Government spokesman Gabriel Atal spoke today about "prospects for December", but the agency informed that it had received information from several reliable sources in the Ministry of Economy that it was still the middle of January.

The number of new coronavirus infections has been declining in recent days, but the situation in the intensive care units is tense, Euronews reports. Patients from severely affected regions are sent for treatment to neighboring countries.

Restaurants have the right to offer only home-cooked food. Some place chairs on the sidewalks in front of restaurants, but they cannot be used. According to official sources, next week citizens will be able to buy Christmas trees in garden centers, supermarkets and in front of flower shops. Flower shops are currently only allowed to sell online. In the coming weeks, the government is expected to decide which stores will be allowed to reopen.

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