Two Bulgarians In Sofia Are Quarantined For Coronavirus

The women returned from China and Thailand.

Two Bulgarian women are under special surveillance until it is confirmed that they do not suffer from a coronavirus. One was in China and the other was back from Thailand.

The patients were placed in infectious wards. So far, both women are in good overall condition. In the meantime, the health authorities have assured that all necessary preventive measures have been taken. An organization has been set up to respond to medical facilities in the country in case of suspected illness.

“The second patient which returned from Thailand is isolated, just in case,” says Angel Kunchev, chief state health inspector.

The first woman, who returned from Thailand, is in a hospital in Dobrich, and the other, who arrived from China, is in a hospital in Sofia.

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