The Government approved, under a decision on Thursday, the new measures proposed by the National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, establishing, among others, that the persons vaccinated against COVID-19 where the incidence rate exceeds 6 cases per thousand inhabitants can move freely outside their homes on the days of Friday, Saturday and Sunday
The National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) is set to regulate on Wednesday, through a decision, the measure saying that the economic operations in certain fields of activity should end at 6.00 pm in those localities where the COVID-19 incidence rate is between 4 and 6 per thousand, Prime Minister Florin Citu informed.
For a number of 224 localities, the 14-day report shows a 3 per thousand or even higher incidence rate, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reported on Monday. Of the 224 localities, 48 have an incidence of over 5 per thousand inhabitants.
Education Minister Sorin Cimpeanu emphasized, on Monday, that the decision regarding classes is taken weekly depending on the infection rate recorded on Friday and, presently, only the units in 13 localities must run classes online, according to the regulations in force.
Subprefect of Bucharest Municipality Florela-Antonela Ghita says the Public Health Directorate on Friday informed that the Capital City has reached an incidence rate of 2.05pct per thousand inhabitans.
The National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) approved, by a new decision, the proposal regarding the compulsory nature of the COVID green certificate for access to economic activities in certain fields in localities where the incidence rate is higher than 3 per thousand inhabitants and less than or equal to 6 per thousand inhabitants.
The National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) has approved, on Thursday, the decision to propose the extension of the state of alert on the entire territory of Romania, for a period of 30 days, starting with September 10.
The National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) updated on Thursday the list of countries with high epidemiological risk. According to CNSU, Serbia, Estonia, Albania, Tunisia, Mauritius, Jamaica, Lebanon, Palestine, Belize, Antigua and Barbuda, Suriname and Brunei Darussalam have entered the red zone.
Prime Minister Florin Citu told a video call on Thursday with the prefects and representatives of the Public Health Directorates that he is adamant on this school year taking place with in-class attendance. "I am asking you to get seriously involved, to work together and make sure that all steps are taken for the educational process to run smoothly and with as little risk as possible.