SOFIA—Bulgarian Best Minister Boyko Borissov stated on Sunday he had examined positive for coronavirus and would stay at home for virtually every treatment for the time being, as suggested by his doctors.

Borissov, who fulfilled Keith Krach, U. S i9000. undersecretary of state intended for economic affairs, on Fri has informed the Oughout. S. Embassy in Sofia of the situation, the head associated with Sofia health inspectorate stated.

The government push office said Borissov could carry out his duties plus was in constant contact with their ministers as the Balkan nation grapples with a spike within new coronavirus infections.

Borissov had self-isolated late on Friday right after he was informed that the deputy minister who he previously been in contact with five times ago had tested good.

Health government bodies lifted Borissov’s quarantine past due on Saturday after 2 negative results from coronavirus assessments, but then he tested optimistic on Sunday.

“Although my quarantine had been lifted, since Friday There are postponed all my meetings plus planned public appearances for your coming days, ” Borissov, 61, said in a publishing on his official Facebook accounts.

“After 2 PCR tests, as of today We are positive with COVID-19 , ” he said. “I possess a general malaise. For the time, on the doctors’ discretion, I actually remain on home treatment. ”

It was not instantly clear if he had been receiving a specific treatment.

Health Minister Kostadin Angelov said on Fb he was self-isolating as they met Borissov on Fri. Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova and Transport Minister Rosen Zhelyazkov, who attended the particular meeting with the U. H. official, said they as well were self-isolating.

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, who attended a community forum in Estonia on April. 19 along with Polish Leader Andrzej Duda, tested adverse Sunday, he said upon Facebook. Duda has examined positive for coronavirus upon Saturday.

Getaway, like many other European Union nations, is seeing a large rise in new infections.   Bulgaria’s capital Sofia and other metropolitan areas across the country have closed discos for two weeks.

By Tsvetelia Tsolova