The COVID green certificate can be issued in Romania from July 1
The COVID green certificate can be issued in Romania from July 1, when it will be launched at European level. Until then, the computer application developed to allow the issuance of the three types of vaccination certificates, exit from the disease and testing will be completed – announced the director of the Special Telecommunications Service, Ionela Sorin Bălan.
Ionela Sorin Bălan: A portal will be accessed. On this portal the person who wants to download a certificate will provide some data. This data will be verified in the computer systems we have at our disposal. After applying the application, the person trying to take possession of such a certificate will receive in the personal account registered on the computer platform this certificate.
Proof of holding a green COVID certificate can be made by electronic means by downloading the document to your mobile or physical phone by presenting it in hard copy. (RADIO ROMANIA)
The organizers of the Electric Castle festival will organize several events in dozens of places in Cluj Napoca and Bonțida
The organizers of the Electric Castle festival will organize this year in dozens of places in Cluj Napoca and Bonțida several events in the form of an experiment to avoid congestion. According to the communiqué, the organizers say that they aimed to restore the usual atmosphere of the festival in a formula adapted to the epidemiological context. Tickets can be purchased starting June 10, on the electriccastle.ro platform and UNTOLD organizers have established that this year’s festival will take place between September 9 and 12 in Cluj Napoca. (RADIO ROMANIA)
Tons of waste were stopped on Wednesday at several customs in the country
Tons of waste were stopped on Wednesday at several customs in the country. More than 1.000 were discovered in the port of Murfatlar, as they came from Bulgaria and were for a company in Bucharest. According to a Coast Guard statement, the documents were not complete. Since the beginning of the year, 3.000 tons of garbage have been found in Constanța. Another 10 tons of metal and polystyrene waste were discovered by the border police in Giurgiu and workers of the Environmental Guard following some checks. The products were in two trucks, which had been loaded in Bulgaria and were to reach commercial companies in the country. The two drivers submitted incomplete notification documents for cross-border traffic. The authorities did not allow the access of heavy vehicles on the territory of our country. (RADIO ROMANIA)/aboboc
Adelina Boboc – RADOR