Prime Minister Boyko Borissov ordered Health Minister Kiril Ananiev to attend the match at the Vasil Levski national stadium to monitor whether fans were complying with the health measures.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Bulgaria's top-flight football league to resume early June as country prepares to ease lockdown restrictions
The Bulgarian league has been on hold since 13 March as part of countrywide lockdown measures which have begun to be eased with athletes allowed to conduct individual outdoor training
Coronavirus Outbreak: Bulgarian sports minister Krasen Kralev urges football clubs to observe safety measures in letter to union
Kralev sent a letter to the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) to express his concern after a video published online showed CSKA’s Serbian head coach Milos Kruscic, two of his assistants and at least six foreign players training at the club base in Pancharevo on Tuesday
Europa League: UEFA punish Serbia's Partizan Belgrade, Bulgaria's Lokomotiv Plovdiv for racist incidents in qualifying rounds
Partizan Belgrade will have to play their next two home matches in UEFA competitions behind closed doors because of the racist behavior of its supporters during the 3-1 win over Turkish club Malatyaspor in the first leg of the third qualifying round