De En
Gesamtdosen
gegeben
4.5M
Menschen vollständig
geimpft
2.1M
% vollständig
geimpft
30.02%
Masken
Nicht benötigt
COVID-19 test
Nicht benötigt
Quarantäne
Nicht benötigt
Passenger Locator Form
Nicht benötigt
Gesundheitsformular
Nicht benötigt
Impfung
Nicht benötigt
Versicherung
Nicht benötigt
Versicherung
Nicht benötigt
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated): Keiner
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated): Keiner
Test on arrival (vaccinated): Keiner
Test on arrival (unvaccinated): Keiner

Schließung von Schulen/Universität:

06.07.2022

Closure of kindergartens and schools; end date 15 march 2020. From 13 March closure at national level.

01.07.2022

Closure of kindergartens and schools; end date 15 march 2020. From 13 March closure at national level.

30.06.2022

Closure of kindergartens and schools; end date 15 march 2020. From 13 March closure at national level.

20.06.2022

###Update 31/08/2020: In-person classes are resumed from 15 September. On 13.03.2020 all educational activities including non-compulsory educational activities in clubs; excursions; and free-time activities in all schools (all levels); universities and other educational institutions are ceased. If possible a distant learning form of education to be introduced.

16.06.2022

Until 29.03.2020: educational activities including non-compulsory educational activities in clubs; excursions and free time activities in all schools; universities and other educational institutions are ceased (distant learning). Kindergartens continue to operate.

29.03.2022

21.10.2021 Studierende müssen für Präsenzveranstaltungen an Universitäten ein „grünes Zertifikat“ vorlegen. Es obliegt der akademischen Leitung, zu entscheiden, ob die Ausbildung in Präsenz oder aus der Ferne durchgeführt werden soll. ; 21.02.2022 Zusätzlich zum „Green Certificate“-Ansatz; Vorlesungen sind bei einer Belegung von 50 % der Räumlichkeiten erlaubt; während nicht mehr als 50 % der Gruppen gleichzeitig praktische oder seminaristische Übungen durchführen können. ;21.03.2022 Das 'Grüne Zertifikat' wird nicht mehr beantragt. Die Belegungsbeschränkungen bleiben weiterhin gültig.

16.03.2022

Es gibt ein pdf. Link in der obigen URL, der zu den „Leitlinien für Schulungen und Maßnahmen unter den Bedingungen einer Epidemie-Notfallsituation in Schulen“ führt.

08.12.2021

21/10/2021 Measures implementation in education depends on the 14-day morbidity at the municipal level. With a morbidity of 750/100;000 ppl.; in-person training is suspended. At morbidity levels of 500-750/100;000 ppl.; only 50% of students can be at the class; while the rest are online. In case of morbidity at 250-500/100;000 ppl.; if absent students are >20%; or at least 30% of students are quarantined; education is also organized as 50% of children class and the other 50% online. ; 08/11/2021 Students can return to face-to-face training in municipalities where the 14-day morbidity is >500/100;000 ppl. In municipalities where the 14-day morbidity is 250-500/100;000 ppl.; school authorities can choose between two options: 1) 100% of students in class in a safe environment with testing; 2)50% of students in class without testing. In the case of 14-day morbidity <250/100;000 ppl; testing of children and staff is not required. ; 06/12/2021 All students can return to class and they will be tested for COVID-19 once a week in all municipalities where the incidence is over 250 per 100;000 population.

08.12.2021

21/10/2021 Measures implementation in education depends on the 14-day morbidity at the municipal level. With a morbidity of 750/100;000 ppl.; in-person training is suspended. At morbidity levels of 500-750/100;000 ppl.; only 50% of students can be at the class; while the rest are online. In case of morbidity at 250-500/100;000 ppl.; if absent students are >20%; or at least 30% of students are quarantined; education is also organized as 50% of children class and the other 50% online. ; 08/11/2021 Students can return to face-to-face training in municipalities where the 14-day morbidity is >500/100;000 ppl. In municipalities where the 14-day morbidity is 250-500/100;000 ppl.; school authorities can choose between two options: 1) 100% of students in class in a safe environment with testing; 2) 50% of students in class without testing. In the case of 14-day morbidity <250/100;000 ppl; testing of children and staff is not required. ; 06/12/2021 All students can return to class and they will be tested for COVID-19 once a week in all municipalities where the incidence is over 250 per 100;000 population.

13.09.2021

Educational activities including non-compulsory educational activities in clubs; excursions and free time activities in all schools; universities and other educational institutions are ceased (distance learning). Exception for certain exams and activities as well as exams for aging qualification - where face to face interaction is needed (in force as of 16 Jan 2021; extended to 30 April 2021). The exams should be performed with 30% occupancy of the halls and presence no longer than 2 hours.; From 29/10/2020 to 30/11/2020 All students required to switch to distance learning. Exception - practical exercises for students in the are of medicine; dentistry; etc.; From 1 February 2021; group work related to cultural activities - dancing; music art is permitted in halls with the restriction of using 30% of occupancy capacity and keeping a distance of 1;5 meter between participants.; 22/03/2021 Closure of schools and all face to face forms of education ; exception: practical lessons and exams for specialities Medicine; Dental care; public health; Pharma; as well as for state exams for all specialities. From 12 April till 30 April 2021 - face to face teaching is implemented on rotation basis -for classes grade 7; 8 and 10- presence is for the period 12.04.2021 - 23.04.2021; for classes grade 5; 9 and 12 - presence in the period 26.04.2021 - 29.04.2021 No face to face education in universitites. Face to face education in specific order on 5.05.2021 and 7.05.2021 – face to face for pupils in classes 5; 9 and 12; while for the rest the face to face is cancelled. from 10.05.2021 to 14.05.2021 – face to face for pupils in classes 5; 6; 9; 11 and 12; while for the rest face to face is cancelled; from 17.05.2021 to 28.05.2021 – face to face for pupils from 6; 7; 8; 10 and 11 classes ; for the rest; face to face is cancelled.

13.09.2021

The face to face lessons are ceased for regions with incidence rate (for 14 days) above 119;9 per 100 000 population and 15% absence of those who conduct face to face education due to occurrence of COVID 19 symptoms (for the period 4-11.11.2020). The decision on switching to distance learning should be taken by the minister of education and science. Distance learning for secondary schools: extended to 31 January 2021; extended to 17 March 2021. The classes will rotate between face to face and distant learning: from 4.02.2021 to 17.02.2021 - face to face presence for children in classes 7; 8 and 12; from 18.02.2021 to 2.03.2021 -face to face teaching for children from classes 5; 10 and 11; from 4.03.2021 to 17.03.2021 - face to face presence of children from classes 6; 9 and 12.; From 18/03/2021 to 31.03.2021 - students from 7th; 8th and 10th grade are trained in person; From 1.04.2021 to 7.04.2021 - the students from 12th grade are trained in person; On 1.04.2021 and 2.04.2021 and from 12.04.2021 to 21.04.2021 - the students from 5th; 9th and 11th grade are trained in person; From 22.04.2021 to 29.04.2021 - students from 6th; 7th and 12th grade are trained in person.

26.03.2021

closure of schools and all face to face forms of education

26.03.2021

closure of kindergartens

28.01.2021

At national level. until 29.03.2020: educational activities including non-compulsory educational activities in clubs; excursions and free time activities in all schools; universities and other educational institutions are ceased (distance learning).

28.01.2021

Closure of kindergartens and schools; end date 15 march 2020. From 13 March closure at national level.

28.01.2021

Distance learning applies. Extended till 3 January 2021

28.01.2021

Closure of kindergartens.

28.01.2021

Until 29.03.2020: educational activities including non-compulsory educational activities in clubs; excursions and free time activities in all schools; universities and other educational institutions are ceased (distant learning). Kindergartens continue to operate.

28.01.2021

Kindergartens closed on 13 March 2020 at the national level.

03.12.2020

###Update 31/08/2020: In-person classes are resumed from 15 September. On 13.03.2020 all educational activities including non-compulsory educational activities in clubs; excursions; and free-time activities in all schools (all levels); universities and other educational institutions are ceased. If possible a distant learning form of education to be introduced.

03.12.2020

###Update 31/08/2020: In-person classes are resumed from 15 September. Educational activities including non-compulsory educational activities in clubs; excursions and free time activities in all schools; universities and other educational institutions are ceased (distant learning).

28.10.2020

Schools/Univ. closure: Closed

Restrictive measures mandatory between 13 March 2020 to 30 November 2020

Bulgaria introduces new restrictions: suspension of classroom learning in high schools and universities, switching to distance learning, as well as extracurricular activities for pupils and students. Schools in districts in the red zone (Covid-19 infections above 120 cases per 100 000 people) and orange zone (Covid-19 infections in the range between 60 and 120 cases per 100 000 people) can ask to switch to distance learning. Most of the regions in Bulgaria passed into the orange (14 districts) and the red (6 districts - Targovishte, Gabrovo, Shumen, Sofia-city, Blagoevgrad, Sliven). Are introduced the following temporary anti - epidemic measures on the territory of Republic of Bulgaria, as of 01.10.2020 to 30.11.2020: 1. Attended classes in the institutions of the preschool system and school education is conducted in accordance with those prepared by the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Health Guidelines for the operation of the system of preschool and school education in the school year 2020-2021 in the conditions of COVID-19, published on the website of the Ministry of Education and science. 2. The present realization of the activities in the higher schools is carried out according to the requirements of the respective higher school in compliance with the ones introduced by Order № RD-01-548 of 30.09.2020 of the Minister of Health anti-epidemic measures, if possible, the training process is conducted remotely in an electronic environment by using the means of information and communication technologies. 3. Language centers, educational centers, entertainment, organized by legal entities and individuals provide their services in an electronic environment, and at impossibility in providing a physical distance between the persons of 1.5 meters, at the conditions of item 12 and in accordance with the instructions under item II. 4. The centers for support of personal development resume their activities in in accordance with those prepared by the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Health Guidelines for the Work of Personal Development Support Centers (CPDs) in the school year 2020-2021 in the conditions of COVID-19, published on the Internet the page of the Ministry of Education and Science. Schools in Bulgaria opened for the 2020/21 school year on September 15, the country’s traditional date Bulgaria’s Education Minister Krassimir Vulchev said on August 27 that the 2020/21 school year is set to begin with pupils back in classrooms, but with protocols in place to limit the risks of coronavirus infections and increased preparedness to switch to distance learning alternatives. Vulchev said that the plans were not final and changes in the Covid-19 situation could prompt the ministry to amend its approach. The school year in Bulgaria is set to start on its traditional date, September 15. At a news conference on the night of May 13, as the final hours of the State of Emergency to counter Covid-19 ticked by, Health Minister Kiril Ananiev said that the Cabinet had agreed to declaring an epidemic situation in Bulgaria up to June 14. But until further notice, school buildings – schools have gone over to distance learning – will remain closed. Nationwide state of emergency extended until May 13. Should schools in Bulgaria reopen on April 13, this would be just a few days before the four-day public holiday from April 17 to 20 for the Eastern Orthodox Christian Easter.