The chairman of the National COVID-19 Vaccination Coordination Committee (CNCAV), Valeriu Gheorghita, confirmed on Tuesday that Romania has started demarches for the green vaccination certificate.
State Secretary with the Ministry of Health Andrei Baciu said that the demarche is a joint one of several institutions – the Health Ministry, the Internal Affairs Ministry, the Foreign Affairs Ministry, the National Institute for Public Health and the Special Transmissions Service.
“It’s a European demarche and Romania has started for some time… it’s a more ample preparation process, there are technical matters that need to be worked on,” said Baciu.
According to the State Secretary, the deadline is “decided on at European level.”
Anti-COVID vaccination marathon in Bucharest between 7th and 9th May
Valeriu Gheorghita also declared on Tuesday, that during the period of May 7-9 there will be a vaccination marathon held in Bucharest, at the Palace Hall and the National Library.
“We all saw the event held in (western) Timisoara, the marathon of vaccination, which, from our point of view, was a success. That is why we wish to replicate this type of vaccination event, the first event will take place in Bucharest, during the period of May 7-9. We are talking about 50 vaccination flows, vaccine from Pfizer, in two different locations, the Palace Hall, where there will 40 flows and the National Library, with 10 flows. This vaccination marathon is organized by the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, with the support and involvement of local authorities, and, of course, the National Committee for Coordinating Vaccination activities, but the volunteering activity is ensured, along with the necessary logistics by the University of Medicine and Pharmacy, by the Academic Corps and all those who wish to take part in this endeavor,” the military doctor said.
He added that during the 14th and 16th of May, at a national level, the medical universities will organize such vaccination events.
According to him, there is also a possibility for people to directly show up at the vaccination centers.
Compiled from Agerpres