Many Romanians have had COVID, but have experienced the infection on their own and have no official evidence that they have recovered and obtained antibodies against the virus. This official proof
it is essential for the European COVID certification that facilitates travel within the European Union. What can people who do not have this proof, but have already had the disease, do?
Andrei Baciu, secretary of state in the Ministry of Health, explains what people who had the virus can do, but do not have official evidence, issued by a doctor. In this circumstance, he claims that there are two optimal options.
How can people who have had COVID but no official proof travel?
Andrei Baciu showed why the antibody test is not officially accepted in order to be able to
be entered in the green certificate as proof of going through the disease, he writes Digi 24.
“However, if they have taken a test taken by a medical professional, the positive result is transmitted to the DSP or reported in the Coronaforms platform and should be in the system. If, however, it is not found in the system, from a theoretical point of view – but strictly theoretically – there would be the possibility of determining antibodies, which, however, could not be standardized. The problem here is to set a baseline, to have a unique standard for determining antibodies, which we don’t have. By point of view
medically, you have to have very solid scientific data and evidence “, said Andrei Baciu.
So, these people should have a Covid-19 test that says no to be able to travel or to have access to certain events, even if they are immunized. “Or there is an even better solution: get vaccinated“, Added the Secretary of State, explaining that a test is valid for a maximum of 72 hours and, in addition, it costs, while the vaccine is free.
“Moreover, we are doing a test, we are going to Greece and it is possible that Greece will pass for Romania from a scenario in
another: from the green scenario to the yellow scenario or from the yellow scenario to the red one. Under the current conditions, only vaccination is the one that saves you from quarantine for the red scenario. For the yellow scenario, and a negative RT-PCR test in the last 72 hours “, added Andrei Baciu.
Source: DoctorulZilei by www.doctorulzilei.ro.
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