After the meeting of the National Security Council of Bulgaria, all its participants were forced to go into self-isolation due to the fact that the test for COVID-19 of the speaker of parliament Nikola Minchev gave a positive result, Reuters reports.
To remote operation Prime Minister Kirill Petkov, President Rumen Radev, as well as the Ministers of Internal Affairs, Defense and Finance, and high-ranking representatives of the main political parties, who were present at the meeting, took over. Petkov planned to visit this country on January 18, but now the trip can be postponed. The press service of the government told the agency that “ the prime minister will be in quarantine, like the rest. '' Kalina Konstantinova.
On Tuesday, January 11, 6761 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in Bulgaria with a population of 7 million people, more than 800 people were hospitalized. Officials and politicians attending Monday's meeting may remain in quarantine for up to seven days after the health ministry changed its self-isolation rules, which took effect January 11.
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