The first appointments made by Romanians that fall into the second stage of the vaccination campaign, during Friday, January 15, took place in places reserved for Monday, January 18. The immunization process actually started at 9.00.
On Monday morning, at the Marius Nasta Institute in Bucharest, there was no place left for vaccination. Dozens of people went there to get the COVID vaccine, and many of them came ahead of schedule and expressed dissatisfaction that they were not vaccinated sooner, Digi 24 reported.
And at the vaccination center at Alexandru Obregia Hospital, people crowded to be the first to be vaccinated.
On the other hand, the campaign officials transmitted on Monday morning that the vaccination platform does not work and that the doctors have to enter the patients’ data manually. The Ministry of Health said that STS is working to fix the problems.
President Klaus Iohannis started the second stage
On Friday, January 15, President Klaus Iohannis received the first dose of the vaccine at the vaccination center.
“I just got vaccinated. It’s a simple procedure, it doesn’t hurt and I want to emphasize that this vaccine is safe, effective and I recommend vaccination to everyone. Vaccination, along with compliance, will get us out of the pandemic,” he said.
President Klaus Iohannis has been vaccinated against COVID-19: “The vaccine is safe, effective and I recommend vaccination to everyone”
On Saturday, January 16, Prime Minister Florin Citu was vaccinated against COVID-19
Prime Minister Florin Citu was vaccinated against COVID on Saturday, at 12.00, at the Carol Davila Military Hospital.
“I wanted to give an example. Many Romanians want to be vaccinated,” Citu said.
The prime minister also said that the vaccination procedure will not be slowed down and that by September there will be 10.4 million people vaccinated by September and that there is a vaccination capacity of 100,000 people per day.
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On Sunday, front-line doctors who were vaccinated at the start of the vaccination campaign received a serum booster.
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In the second stage, around 6 million Romanians have the right to be vaccinated against COVID-19. 750 vaccination centers would be opened in total across the country in the second stage of vaccination against COVID-19.
Half of them should have been opened today, with the start of the stage, but as the GEO for the establishment of the centers has not yet been adopted by the Government, at this moment it is unclear how many vaccination centers the second stage starts. 100 of these centers are open from the first stage.
Between January 15, 2021, at 3:00 pm until Sunday, January 17, at 11:00 am, on the computer platform programare.vaccinare-covid.gov.ro, 209,270 appointments were made for the persons from the second stage of vaccination (115,954 adults over 65 years, 46,806 people with chronic diseases and 46,510 employees in key areas.
The vaccination scheduling platform is blocked again. “The National Register provides intermittent data to the application”
Source: Breaking News – Cele mai importante stiri – Ziare.com by ziare.com.
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