BULGARIA: The Bulgarian Football Federation said on Friday morning that the Bulgarian Football Federation (BFU) may postpone the start of its new league season scheduled for July 24, 2020 There have been 19 Kovid outbreaks in various clubs.

Bulgarian top league teams, as well as more than half of second tier teams, have been infected with the virus. Only Cherno More Varna reported 16 positive cases and Lokomotiv Plovdiv nine.

Medical Commission Secretary Mihail Iliev told Reuters: "The Medical Commission has made a request to the Football League. In the country to postpone one or two weeks on the old start date of the league. "And we believe it is a reasonable step in monitoring the spread of the virus."

As of July 10, 2020, Bulgaria had reported 19 cases of Kovid virus infection. 330 new cases this Friday. That brings the total number of infections to 6,672 and the total death toll to 262. (Quoted from Reuters)