Tuesday, December 29, 2020

People who suffered from COVID-19 will be able to recover at the Oncological Clinic Nera, in Caraş-Severin

People who suffered from COVID-19 will be able to recover at the Oncological Clinic Nera, in Caraş-Severin. There, the most performant hyperbaric chamber in Romania will be put in function. Specialists from the oncologic clinic say that lung lesions caused by the coronavirus recover in a very short while when using high pressure oxygen therapy. Nera Clinic is meant for cancer and leukemia patients in early stages of the disease, who receive personalize treatment. The center has accommodation and treatment spaces and has been developed, in ten years, by the Saint Irina Foundation.

President Klaus Iohannis is on a state visit to The Republic of Moldova

The Romanian president, Klaus Iohannis, made today his first official visit in The Republic of Moldova, also being the first head of state to arrive to Chisinau after Maia Sandu became president. Klaus Iohannis announced a new aid package for the Republic of Moldova, including the resuming of financing projects based on an irredeemable loan of 100 million euro, delivery of anticovid vaccine doses and support for the agriculture, the civil society and the Moldavian mass media. Maia Sandu stressed that Romania has stood beside the Republic of Moldova ever since the first day of its formation and mentioned the importance of the energetical and road interlinking projects, as well as of the support offered to the Moldavian teaching system. The two heads of states also signed a joint declaration regarding consolidating the strategical partnership between The Republic of Moldova and Romania.

Pfizer vaccine doses continue to be brought to Romania

Romania received today approximately 140,000 more doses of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19. Part of them got, in the morning, to the Cantacuzino Institute, from where they will be distributed to other four regional centers. Two aircrafts with doses of the vaccine have landed in Timişoara and Cluj Napoca.

Most of the doses has been delivered to Bucharest, to be further distributed partly to the regional centers in the Southern half of the country, but also to Iaşi. In Bucharest, the distribution of the vaccine will be taken care of by the Minister of National Defense.

At the same time, in Bucharest, the immunization continues, at the two centers, and doctors say incidents haven’t been reported. On the first two days 630 people from the medical staff have been vaccinated – 360 from the Matei Balş institute and 270 from the Victor Babeş Hospital. 420 people are programmed to be vaccinated in Bucharest today, taking the total of the first three days in the capital to 1,050 people.