Free ophthalmological endocrinological consultations for tourists at the sea side
Until August the 20th, all tourists on the Romanian seaside, in Neptun, Olimp, Mangalia, Costineşti and Saturn resorts, can benefit from free ophthalmological endocrinological consultations. The campaign is organized by the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest, in collaboration with professional societies of dermatologists and endocrinologists.
The President of the Romanian Society of Endocrinology, prof. dr. Cătălina Poiană, says that osteoporosis is an underdiagnosed disease and, therefore, only less than a quarter of the women who suffer from it are getting treatment.
Consultations will be offered until August the 20th, between 9:00 and 12:00 and 15:00-18:00.
Higher fines for drivers without a vignette
Beginning with August the 20th, drivers without a vignette will pay higher fines on Romanian roads, according to a normative act adopted by the government. For vehicles cargo vehicles with a load of more than 132 tones, financial sanctions for an unpaid tax can go up to 12,000 lei, compared to 4,000 lei, which is the current fine. Fines will be double for vehicles transporting people, while, for cars, the fine will rise from 500 to 550 lei.
New rules for parking in Bucharest
In the Romanian capital, drivers can park for free only on unmarked places, next to the sidewalk, said the mayor of the city, Nicuşor Dan. The new rules apply for the parking spaces marked in blue, others than the ones marked by the sector mayors or those that can be rented as a residence parking place. Most of the parking places targeted by the new rules are marked in the center of the city.
The fee for a parking place in Bucharest ranges from 2,50 to 10 lei per hour, depending on the area./aionita