According to local media reports on December 13, Bulgarian Prime Minister Borisov announced through the media on the same day after the special anti-epidemic conference that the existing anti-epidemic blockade measures will be extended until December 21.
According to the introduction, according to the recently launched policy of supporting enterprises to cope with the impact of the epidemic to promote employment, more than 3,000 merchants have said that they can provide 15,000 jobs.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Borisov said on the 11th that it is unrealistic to hope that Europe will completely lift the ban in March next year.
Only by the end of August or October next year, when 70% of the European people have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus will the epidemic be truly under control.
He appealed to the people of his country to celebrate in a small area when the traditional festival arrived in late December. After entering 2021, we should also be psychologically prepared to enter a stricter lockdown in response to the third round of the outbreak.