- E-Distributie companies, part of the Enel Group, are joining the national immunization campaign and make available to local and health authorities in Călărași the first private space in the county to become a vaccination center
- The E-Distribuție Dobrogea center has been completely redesigned and has the necessary infrastructure to meet the health authority’s requirements so that, every day, people in the county can have access to the anti-Covid vaccine
E-Distribuție companies, part of the Enel Group, continue to be a partner in the fight against Sars-CoV-2 and are joining the national immunization campaign by providing local and health authorities with spaces that will be used as vaccination centers. The E-Distribuție Dobrogea centre in Călărași is the first private space in the county to be turned into a vaccination center, equipped with all the necessary infrastructure to immunize the population. It has been completely redesigned precisely to meet the sanitary requirements imposed by the rules in force.
“E-Distribuție companies have been partners in the fight against Sars-CoV-2 ever since the outbreak of the pandemic, through pro bono works to connect some of the Covid-19 hospitals across the country to the electricity grid. We stay in the fight against this virus and we are making available to the local and sanitary authorities spaces of E-Distribuție companies across the country and in the Capital, which are equipped according to their requests to be able to function as vaccination centers. We fully support the immunization campaign for the safety and health of our consumers, but also to resume the social and economic activity at optimal parameters, through this sustainability project “, Gino Celentano, head of E-Distribuţie Muntenia, Banat and Dobrogea, said.
The E-Distribuție Dobrogea premises made available to local and sanitary authorities are equipped with new refrigerators, furniture, and central heating systems, and have internet access. The plumbing and lighting devices have been completely changed, along with the access doors, to create separate input and output circuits.
The medical activity will be provided by two doctors, four nurses, and registrars, who will work in two shifts. The maximum capacity is 60 people who can be vaccinated daily. All patients will follow a predetermined circuit that involves triage on arrival, vaccination, and post-vaccination surveillance, a press release issued by the company informs.