The Bulgarian capital, Sofia, has been reclassified as a Covid-19 red zone, after falling below the dark red zone threshold of 500 or more per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis, according to the portal’s March 11 report. unified information.
Sofia was classified in the dark red zone on January 1, 2022.
Currently, the Covid-19 morbidity rate in Sofia City (as opposed to Sofia District) is 491.44 per 100,000 population on a 14-day basis.
According to March 11 reportBulgaria’s national Covid-19 morbidity rate is 378.17 per 100,000 population over 14 days, down from 394.95 on March 10.
A week ago, the March 4 report said Bulgaria’s national Covid-19 morbidity rate was 550.94 per 100,000 population on a 14-day basis.
There are currently four of the 28 districts classified as dark red zones: Varna, Burgas, Silistra and Shoumen.
The Covid-19 morbidity rate is highest in the Varna district, 816.59 per 100 inhabitants.
Five districts are in the yellow zone, which means a morbidity rate of between 100 and 249.9 per 100,000 inhabitants: Kurdzhali, Kyustendil, Pazardzhik, Sliven and Smolyan.
One district is in the green zone, that is to say with a morbidity rate of less than 100 per 100,000 inhabitants: Blagoevgrad.
This leaves 18 districts classified as red zones, which means a morbidity rate of 250 to 499.9 per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis.
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