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Bread Price in Bulgaria has Risen with nearly 50 cents in 2 months
The price of bread has risen by nearly 50 cents BGN in two months. The last price increase in Blagoevgrad is from last week, where some types of bread cost 70 cents BGN more in the store. The increase in the price of bread and bakery products in Blagoevgrad is gradual, but significant according to customers. Producers attribute the high price to the increase in raw materials needed for...
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LIVE: Restaurants in Bulgaria Open on 1 March, We have Strong Shield against Pandemic Now, Prime Minister
Against the backdrop of over 350,000 vaccinated and rehabilitated after Covid-19, restaurants will open on 1 March. And as of 1April, the nightlife establishments will start functioning too, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said during the regular cabinet sitting. The Prime Minister ordered Health Minister Kostadin Angelov to discuss at the upcoming meeting with the guild‘s representatives the...
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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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Switzerland has introduced a Mandatory PCR Test Requirement upon Entry

As of today, December 4, 2021, upon arrival on the territory of the Swiss Confederation, citizens must submit a PCR test done before 72 hours before entering the country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced.

According to the Bulgarian embassy in Bern, the new rule applies to all citizens over the age of 16, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or already had COVID-19. Between the 4th and the 7th day of entry into Switzerland, a repeat test must be performed - PCR or rapid antigen test, the result of which must be reported to the relevant local authorities.

Exceptions to this requirement include transit passengers who use and do not leave a Swiss airport, as well as citizens who can present a document from a doctor that they need to be transported to Switzerland urgently for medical reasons or a document that for medical reasons cannot to be tested for coronavirus.

For travelers arriving in Switzerland from countries with a SARS-CoV-2 variant of concern that is of concern according to World Health Organization standards (Bulgaria does not fall into this category), the obligation to present a negative PCR test applies to all above the age of 6.

The requirement to fill in a registration form before the trip to the country, published HERE, remains in force. The form may also be submitted on paper. Professional carriers of passengers and goods, transit passengers and border workers are exempt from this requirement.

Further information on restrictive measures when traveling to the Swiss Confederation in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic can be found on the website of the Federal Public Health Service.

If they need assistance, Bulgarian citizens can contact our embassy in Bern at the following telephone numbers:
+41 31 351 14 55; +41 31 351 78 06, as well as on-duty telephone number during non-working hours: +41 798243822.

Signals can also be submitted to the e-mail address of the embassy:


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Bulgarian Tour Operators are Reporting Increased Interest in Charter Programs for the Holidays

Increased interest in charter programs for Christmas and New Year, according to tour operators. However, tourists are sensitive to all restrictive measures and many of the registrations are at the last minute.

Bookings for the Christmas and New Year holidays are strongest for charter programs in Dubai, Egypt and Turkey. There is also great interest in the Maldives. There is also a trip to Rovaniemi - Finland, the city of Santa Claus. Traditionally, there is great interest in nearby destinations.

Dimitar Baltov - manager of one of the largest companies for outbound tourism pointed out:

"Turkey, Greece, Serbia, Albania too. There is also a demand for European destinations such as Paris, Rome, Vienna, Barcelona, ​​Prague. What was observed last year was extremely high interest in various distant destinations such as the Maldives, Zanzibar, which was almost entirely a new destination for Bulgarian tourists, the Dominican Republic, etc. This year, the demand is definitely not the same as last year. "

Tour operators expect a lot of travel reservations in the week before Christmas, because people are waiting to see if there will be restrictions in their chosen destination.

The requirement for a negative PCR test for entry into Bulgaria by countries in the "red zone" for unvaccinated tourists has a negative impact on bookings, and tour operators are worried about canceling reservations.

Pavlina Ilieva from the Future for Tourism Association and Dimitar Baltov emphasized:

"People started calling, worrying about exactly how it would happen. Will the companies provide an opportunity for PCR and, of course, that, despite everything, it will cause confusion.

"For many destinations, PCR tests are more expensive. In addition, it is an additional organization that needs to be implemented there on the ground, especially when it comes to such orders, which take place from today to tomorrow and people are already in place. "

Currently, tour operators are working with about 20% of their volumes in 2019 before the pandemic and the goal is rather to maintain their position in the market.

At the moment, the prices of the packages have not changed significantly, from next year an increase is expected.


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US has Introduced Mandatory COVID-19 Negative Test Requirement for those Arriving by Plane

As of December 6, all citizens, regardless of their vaccination status, arriving in the United States by air must submit a negative NAA test (including PCR) or antigen test to the airline within 24 hours prior to boarding, announced the press center of the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

According to our embassy in Washington, children under the age of 2 are exempt from this requirement, as well as citizens who have suffered from COVID-19 in the last 90 days. The disease needs to be proven at the same time as presenting two documents: a positive result from a COVID-19 test done up to 90 days before the trip, and a cure document from a medical institution or a doctor with a date and signature, the ministry said.

Another requirement for those arriving by air in the United States is to complete and submit a sample form.

The Ministry reminds that citizens arriving by air in the USA are obliged to present to the airline a proof of completed vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine or approved for permanent or emergency use by the US Food and Drug Administration or the World Health Organization. .

Details of the measures upon entry into the United States can be found on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the section "Coronavirus - how to travel", as well as at https://www.mfa.bg/bg/situationcenter/32094

If they need assistance, Bulgarian citizens in the United States can contact the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Washington by phone: +1 (202) 387-5770; the Consulate General of Bulgaria in Los Angeles on the following telephone numbers: +1 310 478 6700 and on-call telephone during non-working hours: +1310 437 3606; the Consulate General of the Republic of Bulgaria in Chicago on telephone numbers: +1 312 867 1904, +1 312 752 0661; the Consulate General of Bulgaria in New York at the following telephone number: +1 212 935 4646.

Signals can also be submitted via the email addresses of our diplomatic missions in the United States:
Embassy.Washington@mfa.bg, Consulate.Chicago@mfa.bg, Consulate.LosAngeles@mfa.bg, Consulate.NewYork@mfa.bg.


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Bansko is Preparing for the Winter Season

Greek tourists will rest in our country. After the mass refusals of reservations in recent days, the tourism industry has received assurances that the mandatory PCR test for vaccinated Greek citizens will be dropped. Our winter resorts are preparing for the upcoming season, and business is expecting a good season.

All hotels are preparing to open their doors in Bansko. This season is again expected to be visted by mostly Bulgarian tourists. The good news is that there are serious inquiries from the Israeli market, Russians are also interested in a holiday in our country. Traditionally, many tourists from neighboring countries will spend their holidays in Bulgaria

In Bansko almost all those working in the field of tourism are vaccinated 100% and are ready to welcome guests. Businesses say they are both hopeful and slightly worried on the eve of a new season due to the spread of the coronavirus

"The picture is two-sided, of course the attitudes are always positive and with this attitude is the industry - to have a good season and good recordings. On the other hand, it is negative because of the economic energy we are very worried. Our prices have already been agreed on. If we touch the prices, it will be symbolic, we do not want to scare our tourists," said Malin Bistrin, chairman of the Bansko Tourist Union.

A lot of students will come to Bansko next week to celebrate their student holiday. In mid-December, winter sports fans can go down the slopes of Bansko.


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