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August 5, 2021

Globalworth to become the first real estate developer in Romania who offers office space for a COVID vaccination center

The Globalworth Foundation has provided the authorities in Bucharest with an office space from the Globalworth group, the leader of the Romanian office market, for a COVID vaccination center. Situated on the ground floor of the City Offices building, with a total surface of 306 sqm, the center marks an important step in the national fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Led by the public authorities of Bucharest, the activity of the center will consist of vaccinating as many people as possible in the third phase of the national vaccination campaign. The new public vaccination center will be open all 7 days of the week, with 6 vaccination points where 35 medical professionals will be working, and will host over 360 people per day, with appointments made on the national platform https://programare.vaccinare-covid.gov.ro.

Additionally, the Globalworth Foundation remains engaged in the national fight against COVID-19 by supporting the Romanian Health Observatory Association. The €15,000 budget offered to this partner helps in creating communication campaigns for building the people’s trust regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.

Until now, the Globalworth Foundation contribution has amounted to approximately €670,000 that has gone towards 10 hospitals in Romania and Poland and has helped in consolidating medical systems through equipping intensive care units and acquiring of materials, such as: vital signs monitors, individual protection equipment, beds for the intensive care unit, mechanical ventilators and tables offered to the medical staff in the front line.

“Now, more than ever, it is vital to stay focused and to assume an active role in minimizing the spread of COVID-19 for the safety of our community. The implication of the Globalworth Foundation during the pandemic continues now through the vaccination program which combats the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaccination is the only possibility for resuming economic and social activity under normal conditions, and we know how badly this is needed. This is why we are making every possible effort and we hope that our City Offices building will represent an acceleration of our recovery”, said Georgiana Iliescu, Executive Director of Globalworth Foundation.






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