A new factory in Bistriţa will produce, starting this spring, subassemblies for optic fiber networks used in telecommunications
A new factory in Bistriţa will produce, starting this spring, subassemblies for optic fiber networks used in telecommunications. It will also build equipment for 5G networks and the local company wants to enter the European market, especially because Western countries plan to invest massively in this area.
The factory in Bistriţa, built with 1.3 million euro, mostly European money, will start production next month.
“Our direction now, once the factory is open and we launch Datacor Connectivity products, will definitely be towards infrastructure and a special focus will be that of putting it on telecom infrastructure, where access to the network has become a priority for all countries in Europe”, said Bogdan Bilegan, manager.
The company also wishes to open a sales office in Germany. After the international launching of the products, the management of the company estimates a growth of 15% of the turnover.
Health Minister Vlad Voiculescu has dismissed the interim manager of the “Matei Balş” Institute in Bucharest
The Health Minister Vlad Voiculescu has dismissed the interim manager of the “Matei Balş” National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Bucharest, Marian Niţescu, for multiple dysfunctionalities in managing the situation of the patients who have been transferred after the fire on January the 29th. There have also been communication problems with the ministry and some issues referring to the performance indicators of the manager. Representatives of the Health Ministry said that some incongruities have also been found in information regarding a patient. Minister Vlad Voiculescu has asked for an inquiry of the Control body, to obtain a clear image of the way transfers have been managed, of all the patients who were hospitalized in the section affected by the fire and of the communication with all other authorities involved. Attributions of the interim manager have been taken by the medical director Cătălin Apostolescu.
Romania has used more than 1,400,000 doses of anti-coronavirus vaccine so far and is close to the world top 10
Romania has used more than 1,400,000 doses of anti-coronavirus vaccine so far and is close to the world top 10. Almost 820,000 people have received at least one dose and approximately 590,000 of them have had the second dose also. Since the beginning of national immunization program, more than 4,300 adverse reactions have been registered, which is almost three per thousand. Almost all of them were common and minor but yesterday a reaction of anaphylactic shock has been announced. It is a 46-year-old woman, with no history of allergic reactions and vaccinated with the AstraZeneca serum. The woman received specialized medical treatment in the vaccination center; she is in good health but she has been taken to the hospital for more treatment. As far as the 64-year-old patient, dialysis dependent, whose health has depreciated after the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, authorities say that the association with the immunization is a coincidence and the depreciation of his condition was caused by his chronical illness.