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Covid-19 in Bulgaria, April 26: Parks partly re-opened,
Mathematical models suggest that Bulgaria experienced a peak of Covid-19 in early April, which was followed by a decline, while the country is approaching a new peak, operational headquarters chief Major-General Ventsislav Mutafchiyski told a briefing on April 26. According to figures released in an update at 5pm on April 26, the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Bulgaria has reached 1300, an increase of 53 since the evening update on April 25. A total of 301 people are in hospital, nine more than 24 hours earlier, with currently 41 in intensive care, an increase of four since the Saturday evening update. The death toll of those in Bulgaria who have tested positive for Covid-19 has risen by one in the past 24 hours to 56, after a 70-year-old man died in Bourgas regional hospital on Sunday. The man had cancer. Bulgaria’s Health Minister Kiril Ananiev issued on Sunday an order that takes effect on April 27, allowing visits to public parks and gardens by certain categories of persons at specified times of day. Urban parks and gardens may be visited by children up to 12 years ago, accompanied by a parent or parents or family member, but no more than two adults, between 9.30am and 6.30pm daily. People may walk their dogs in public parks and gardens up to 9.30am and after 6.30pm. Each owner must walk his or her dog without being accompanied by anyone else. Ananiev said that those visiting public parks and gardens must comply strictly with anti-epidemic measures, including wearing protective masks, keeping a physical distance from others of 2.5 metres, entering and exiting parks and gardens through designated places, as well as keeping to designated routes. Consumption of alcohol in parks and gardens is banned. People must avoid contact with surfaces, including by not sitting on benches and lawns, and obeying the instructions of officials on duty. In all other respects, the ban on visits to outdoor and indoor public parks, playgrounds, sports grounds and facilities remains in place. Mayors of municipalities must announce the arrangements for parks and gardens, according to the specifics of each place, the Health Ministry said.
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