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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 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...
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Entering Greece by Land at Night Can be Done Only Through "Kulata - Promahon" Border Checkpoint

From tomorrow evening, Greece will introduce a ban on crossing all land border crossings of the country in the interval from 23.00 in the evening to 07.00 in the morning, with the exception of the border checkpoint "Promahon" - "Kulata" on the border with Bulgaria. This was announced today by the spokesman of the cabinet as part of the measures against the coronavirus.

On Wednesday, Greece banned the Kakavya border checkpoint on the border with Albania at night, but as of tomorrow, the measure will be extended to other border crossings without Promahon.

Regarding the increased cases of coronavirus, Stelios Petsas said three major ways of transmission have been identified at this stage. The first is the frequent crossings of Greeks and permanent residents of Greece from other Balkan countries. Many of them keep coming in and out, as if nothing had happened, a government spokesman said. The second outbreak is due to the crowds of standing customers, especially in bars, but also weddings, baptisms and other gatherings. The third outbreak caused by the public transport.

According to the Bulgarian Embassy in Athens, the restrictions will affect the Makaza-Nimfea border checkpoint, which is open to Bulgarian citizens residing in Greece, as well as to travelers for important reasons.

We remind you that from July 15, 2020 Bulgarian citizens can enter the territory of Greece in the presence of a negative test for COVID 19, made no more than 72 hours before entering the country in English in a licensed laboratory and pre-filled form for travel and received QR code. Entry through the land border into the country from Bulgaria for tourism is possible only through the border checkpoint "Kulata-Promahon". / nova.bg

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Aeroflot: No flights from Russia to Sofia and Bourgas Until the End of August

The national carrier Aeroflot has announced nearly 90 cities to which it will not fly at least until the end of August

The Russian national carrier Aeroflot will not operate flights between Russian and Bulgarian cities - Sofia and Bourgas. This is clear from a message on the company's website, which lists nearly 90 airports to which the airline will not fly at least until the end of August. The cancellation of the flights is in connection with the non-proliferation measures of Covid-19.

Everyone who has purchased flight tickets for any of the canceled courses by May 1 from the carrier's website or office will automatically receive a refund of the prepaid funds or receive a voucher for the next trip. Passengers who have used commercial agencies as an intermediary will have to contact the relevant company.

Only a few days ago, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova held a telephone conversation with the Russian Ambassador to Bulgaria Anatoly Makarov, in which she sought assistance in easing the measures by Russia, so that in August tourists to arrive in Bulgaria. Russians are among our main tourist markets. From August 1, you can fly from Russia to Turkey, Great Britain and Tanzania, and from the middle of the month it is planned to resume flights to Switzerland. Bulgaria remains outside these measures for the time being./Trud Newspaper

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Greece Extends Requrements for a Negative PCR Test for Bulgarians

Greece extends the requirement for a negative PCR test for those arriving from Bulgaria until August 15th

According to information from our embassy in Athens, Greece is extending the deadline for submitting a negative PCR test when entering the country from Bulgaria. By August 15, our compatriots arriving in Greece by air and land will have to present a negative PCR test done up to 72 hours before their trip. The same condition applies to those arriving from Romania and the United Arab Emirates.

"We would like to draw the attention of those planning a trip to Greece to the fact that our southern neighbor has extended the term for the requirement to present a negative PCR test upon entering the country from Bulgaria,"the Foreign Ministry said./Nova TV

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Bulgaria's Tourism Minister: Tour Operators and Travel Agents Will Be Supported With BGN 10 Million

Tour operators and travel agents will be supported with BGN 10 million. They will be redirected by the Innovation and Competitiveness Program. The Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova, the Minister of Economy Lachezar Borisov and representatives of the Future for Tourism Association agreed on this at a meeting.

"What I can do is to transform BGN 10 million from the Ministry of Economy, because there is such money set there that you can go and negotiate with the Minister of Economy," Prime Minister Borissov was quoted as saying by the government's press service.

The application criteria have already been set. Those wishing to receive the aid will submit a request to the Ministry of Tourism. They will not be able to use the services of intermediaries and consultants. They can apply for aid amounting to no more than 10% of the income for the previous year.

The Minister of Tourism announced that he expects the program to work in August.

"This money is not enough, but it is a breath of fresh air for them," Mariana Nikolova commented. "The application will be under a light regime and with fast deadlines."

Guides do not fall within the scope of this measure, they will be considered a social measure.

"There will be no subjectivism, there will be clear criteria and funds will be absorbed quickly. We plan to save 2 months from the application process ", added the Minister of Economy Lachezar Borisov.

"We are glad that the dialogue has started, we hope it will continue," said Pavlina Ilieva, Future for Tourism Association.

She stressed that they want BGN 150 million in aid from the industry. Importantly, however, it started with those 10 million.

Ilieva and her colleague Emil Abazov of the Future for Tourism Association said they would propose canceling the planned protest. "However, we remain on strike," Ilieva said.

At the meeting, Prime Minister Borissov also noted that the losses from tourism in Europe are huge and pointed out that the data on the economy are worrying.

The project for BGN 10 million to help companies in the tourism industry are part of the planned 1 billion and 800 million under European programs, added the press center of the Council of Ministers./Nova TV

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Belgium: Passengers Arriving from Two Regions of Bulgaria with Mandatory Quarantine

The Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has introduced changes to the rules for international travel, according to which mandatory quarantine is introduced for passengers arriving from two regions in Bulgaria - the Northeast and the Southwest.

It is envisaged that those arriving from these parts of our country will be placed under a two-week quarantine - at home, if they have a permanent address in Belgium, or at a reception center. These passengers are also subject to mandatory testing for COVID-19, BTA reports.

For those arriving in Belgium from the North Central, South-East and South-Central regions of Bulgaria, the examination and quarantine are recommended. It is forbidden to travel from Belgium to the Northeast and Southwest regions in our country. It is recommended to travel with special attention to the North Central, Southeast and South Central regions in Bulgaria.

Since the beginning of August, Belgium has introduced the obligation for everyone arriving in the country to fill in an online form 48 hours in advance with their personal data and a description of the places they have visited in the last two weeks. This obligation also applies to those in transit through Belgium if their journey takes more than two days.

In connection with the pandemic of COVID-19, as of August 1 this year, the Federal Office for Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Kingdom of Belgium, included parts of Bulgaria in the so-called "Orange zone" and "red zone", namely:

Orange Zone - The trip to Bulgaria / North Central, Southeast, South Central regions / should be done with caution;
Red Zone - Travel to Bulgaria / Northeast and Southwest regions / is not possible or allowed.
All Bulgarian citizens traveling from Bulgaria to Belgium are subject to mandatory quarantine and test if they have resided in the North-East or South-West regions and to recommended quarantine and test if they have visited the North-Central, South-East and South-Central regions.
These rules apply only to non-essential trips, incl. tourist.
Up-to-date information can be found at the following link at:

If they need assistance, Bulgarian citizens in the Kingdom of Belgium can contact the Bulgarian Embassy in Brussels at the following telephone numbers: +32 2 374 47 88; +32 2 374 08 66, as well as emergency telephone number during non-working hours: +32 473 981042. Inquiries can also be sent to the e-mail address of the Bulgarian Embassy in Belgium: Embassy.Brussels@mfa.bg.

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First Underwater Archeological Museum Opened in Greece

Greece is set to open its first underwater archeological museum on Saturday, August 1st.

The underwater museum is located very close to the shores of the uninhabited island of Peristera and a stone’s throw from the east coast of Alonissos.

Visitors will be able to dive down and admire the exhibits that are on the famous 5th-century BC shipwreck at the bottom of the sea from Monday, August 3 to Thursday, October 2.

The dives are open to amateur divers or those accompanied by professional divers from diving centers.

The famous shipwreck, which is considered one of the most important in classical antiquity due to the large number of intact finds, was discovered in 1985 by a fisherman from Alonissos, near the western rocky coastline of Peristera, at a depth of 28 meters. It was a large merchant ship of that time, probably an Athenian vessel, which is estimated to have run into very stormy weather and sank there around 425 BC. The ship seems to have been loaded with thousands of wine amphorae from Peparithos (today’s Skopelos) and Mendi (the ancient city of Halkidiki), two areas well known in antiquity for their excellent wine.

Visitors are also able to stay on land and access the wonderful and mysterious world of the seabed, through a virtual ‘diving’ tour using XR technologies. / greekcitytimes.com

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Ban On the Landing of Airplanes From Bulgaria at Vienna Airport Has Been Lifted

The ban on the landing of airplanes at Vienna airport from 18 countries, among them Bulgaria, has been lifted.

The citizens of Austria, the EU countries, as well as Switzerland, as well as the residents of Austria, arriving from Bulgaria will have to present a negative PCR test in English or German, performed not more than 72 hours prior to entry into Austria. People without a test can perform one in Austria within 48 hours, but in that time they will have to self-isolate. These same requirements are valid for the citizens of USA, Albania, North Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries. Transit passengers are not required to show a PCR test.  / BNR.bg

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Italy Extends Mandatory Quarantine for All Arriving from Bulgaria

According to the Bulgarian embassy in Rome, the Italian authorities are extending by the order, which introduced a two-week quarantine for citizens who have resided in Bulgaria and Romania in the previous 14 days, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced.

The previous order expired on July 31, the current one is extended by 10 days.

The 14-day quarantine also applies to citizens who have transited through Bulgaria and Romania in the previous two weeks.

Exceptions to the quarantine are only provided for the crews and the traveling staff of vehicles - trucks, planes, trains, ships. / dariknews.bg

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Quarantine Hotels Open in Sunny Beach and Golden Sands

There will be quarantine hotels in the two large Black Sea resorts "Sunny Beach" and "Golden Sands". This was announced after a meeting with the industry by the new Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova.

According to her, negotiations are currently underway with hotel owners who have not yet opened this summer season.

"At the moment, my position is that this should be provided at the expense of the country. I am currently negotiating and talking regarding financial security ", said Mariana Nikolova, Minister of Tourism.

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KLM Cuts 1,500 Additional Jobs as Part of a Restructuring

KLM, the Dutch arm of Air France-KLM (AIRF.PA), said on Friday it would cut 1,500 additional jobs as part of a restructuring in which it needs to cut emissions by 50% by 2030 as well as prepare for recovering traffic after the coronavirus outbreak.

Parent company Air France-KLM on Thursday reported a 1.55 billion euro ($1.8 billion) operating loss for the second quarter, with traffic down 95% from a year earlier.

KLM said the new cuts would mean its workforce, 33,000 before the pandemic, would be reduced by 20% in all by 2022. It did not rule out further cuts./Reuters

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