Over 18.000 doses of Johnson&Johnson vaccine are available to family doctors
More than 18.000 doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine are available to family doctors in 20 counties who can now vaccinate their own patients. The serum is given in a single dose, and each office will adopt its own immunization program. 3.000 family doctors vaccinate in their offices – announced the coordinator of the national campaign, Valeriu Gheorghiță. Regarding the problems that appeared in some family doctors, who should have started the vaccination with Johnson & Johnson, Valeriu Gheorghiță specified that at the DSPs there are all the necessary materials, including doses of adrenaline for special situations. (RADIO ROMANIA NEWS)
The school resumes with the observance of the sanitary measures, after four weeks of vacation
Students return to school today after four weeks of vacation. Only those in the 8th and 12th grades who will take the exams will return to classes next week. The Minister of Education Sorin Cîmpeanu specified which are the scenarios that will be applied until the end of the school year.
The Minister of Education, Sorin Cîmpeanu: Absolutely all primary school students will return to school, including the preparatory class, plus children from kindergartens. It is about 1.400.000 children. Students from special schools are also added. It is about 185 special schools, in which over 27.000 children study. Unfortunately, for the time being, they will not be able to go to school, for the time being, with physical presence, in the localities where the infection rate is over 1 per thousand, the students of the 5th, 6th and 7th grades, the 9th, the Xa and XI. They will learn online until the infection rate and vaccination campaign allow for physical presence.
Both students and school staff must comply with the sanitary measures imposed by the pandemic, namely to wear a mask and keep their distance when attending classes.
Analysis of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan in the weekly government meeting
An evaluation of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan is on the agenda of the weekly government meeting scheduled for today, at 13:00. Prime Minister Florin Cîţu and his team would continue the analysis of this document in order to bring it in line with the recent recommendations of the European Commission. Our editor Andrei Şerban has details:
Reporter: Prime Minister Florin Cîţu could continue today in the weekly meeting of the executive, together with the ministers from his cabinet, the analysis of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. The document is being negotiated during this period with the European Commission, which has made some suggestions, which the Romanian government wants to harmonize with its intentions. Recently, Prime Minister Florin Cîţu gave assurances that the Romanian plan will absorb all European funds, which are made available to our country:
Florin Cîţu: It is time to speed things up. We have some details to work out. I am sure that we will have a PNRR, which will represent Romania’s development interests in the next period and we will of course see more discussions, but I am sure that we will have a good PNRR, a PNRR through which we will attract all the sums allocated to Romania.
Reporter: Also in today’s meeting, it is possible that the prime minister will continue the evaluation of his ministers. He said he would evaluate ministers on a quarterly basis to see how well the government program works. The prime minister explained that he was late with this evaluation, because he wants to establish very clearly its mechanism and thus avoid future discussions on this topic. (RADIO ROMANIA NEWS)/aboboc