Bulgarian authorities are preparing to cancel the state of emergency introduced due to coronavirus
On May 3, the Minister of Health of Bulgaria, Kirill Ananiev, signed an order allowing visits to open retail spaces of restaurants, fast food establishments, pubs and cafes, subject to anti-epidemic measures, the Ministry of Health reports.
Training centers for vehicle drivers are also permitted.
Individual sports in open areas are also allowed, incl. tennis, cycling, athletics, golf, etc., subject to a distance of at least 2-5 meters between students.
It is also allowed to visit independent swimming complexes and pools subject to anti-epidemic measures.
Today at a briefing, the Prime Minister of Bulgaria announced that the state of emergency imposed on March 13 in connection with the spread of coronavirus will be lifted in the near future. In the afternoon of May 6, the checkpoints installed at the entrances and exits from regional cities of the country will be removed. Kindergartens and nurseries will remain closed for now.
Earlier in Bulgaria, the mandatory wearing of medical masks in the open air and the ban on visiting natural parks and mountains located outside settlements were canceled.