Tuesday, June 2nd

„Save the Children” offers medical equipment worth 35,000 euros to Grigore Alexandrescu Hospital in Bucharest

Doctors at Grigore Alexandrescu Hospital in Bucharest are receiving medical equipment worth 35,000 euros for the ORL Department, by means of the emergency funding for hospitals from Save the Children Organization. This is the sixth endowment that Save the Children Organisation has made to this hospital as a priority, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Emergency Hospital Grigore Alexandrescu is one of the two medical facilities that ensures the continuous guard for Pediatrics ORL, with more than 30,000 consultations a year and a daily average of one hundred examinations.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Romania

Romania has so far recorded 19.398 cases of coronavirus infection. 141 new cases were announced on Monday, with 10 new deaths, which brings the total number of fatalities to 1.276. Since the start of the outbreak, 13.426 people have recovered. Meanwhile, activity is slowly returning to normal in hospitals. The Emergency County Hospital in the city of Suceava has resumed work as before the pandemic and will offer assistance for all medical branches as of today. Also, the ambulatory cabinets at the Emergency County Hospital in Deva are reopening, after almost two months during which this medical facility has treated coronavirus patients exclusively.

Peles Castle in Sinaia has reopened to the public

The Peles Castle in the Romanian town of Sinaia has reopened for visitors, starting on Tuesday. The historic castle is making the most revenues every year in the country – 11 million lei, compared to other similar sites, such as The Village Museum or Antipa, the Romanian Culture Minister, Bogdan Gheorghiu, has said on Tuesday, in Sinaia. The event marking the reopening ot the tourist site was also attended by the Deputy Prime Minister Raluca Turcan. She expressed her hope that the reopening of this site would mark a return to normality and a revival of tourism.

Mădălina Brotăcel, RADOR