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October 23, 2021

The Enel companies provide anti-COVID vaccination centers in Bucharest and Constanta for employees and their families

The two vaccination centers set up for employees and members of their families by the Enel companies are equiped with all the necessary infrastructure, meet all health requirements, and have a capacity of 60 people getting vaccinated per day

The Enel companies in Romania continue to be a partner in the fight against Sars-CoV-2 by providing for their employees and their immediate families (spouses, siblings, parents or children over 16 years of age, who have the same home address) two vaccination centers in Bucharest and Constanța.

The two centers have all the necessary infrastructure to immunize people and meet the health requirements imposed by the regulations in force. They are equipped with refrigerators, adequate furniture, sanitary facilities and internet access. The access routes to the vaccination centers have also been separated, so that people can use separate entry and exit circuits.

The medical activity will be provided by a company authorized by the Department of Public Health and the medical teams will consist of doctors, nurses, and registrars. A maximum of 60 people can get vaccinated in a day. People about to get vaccinated will follow a predetermined flow of triage upon arrival, vaccination, and post-vaccination supervision.

The Enel companies fully support the immunization campaign for the health of both their employees and consumers, in order for the economic and social activities to be resumed safely.

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