The first tranche, of 14,000 doses of Moderna vaccine, entered Romania, on Tuesday evening, through the Nădlac 2 border crossing point, announces the RO Vaccinare platform.
The doses will arrive on Wednesday morning at the National Institute for Medical-Military Research-Development “Cantacuzino”, and will be distributed in the next period in the regional and vaccination centers.
The recommendation for the Moderna vaccine is to be given in two doses, at intervals of 28 days, for people over 18 years of age.
The two vaccine variants available in the EU are very similar. The effectiveness of the two vaccines is about the same. The BioNTech Pfizer vaccine is 95% effective in preventing COVID19 disease, while the Moderna vaccine is 94.1% effective.
Both vaccines use technology based on messenger RNA.
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