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Gheorghita: Citizens to have at their disposal informative material with possible symptoms after anti-COVID vaccination

The National Committee for the Coordination of Activities on Vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 (CNCAV) will make available to the public an informative material with possible symptoms that may occur after vaccination with anti-COVID serum, so that people who have been vaccinated or are about to be vaccinated can address a medical consultation, if the case may be, said the CNCAV president doctor Va

PM Citu: Equitable access to health entails existence of functional health system, also solidarity and responsibility

Prime Minister Florin Citu sent a message on World Health Day, in which he shows that physicians and all health personnel are "the true heroes of this period" and thanks them for all their effort, emphasizing that "equitable" access to health entails the existence of a functioning health system, but also "solidarity and responsibility" on the part of everyone, "citizens and representatives of t

Citu: 5 million people to be vaccinated by end of May, in most pessimistic scenario

Prime Minister Florin Citu, declared on Monday that Romania will have the necessary vaccine doses so that, by the end of May, in the most pessimistic scenario, 5 million people will be vaccinated against COVID, and launched a call to the politicians and the representatives of the church to get involved in accelerating the vaccination campaign.

Government approves OUG on elaboration of National Recovery and Resilience Plan

The Government approved, on Wednesday, by emergency ordinance, the amendment and completion of OUG no. 155/2020 regarding some measures for the elaboration of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) necessary for Romania to access reimbursable and non-reimbursable external funds within the Recovery and Resilience Facility.

Barna: Gov't respects right to protest, but will have zero tolerance to extremist demonstrations

The Government respects the right of citizens to protest, but has and will continue to have "zero tolerance" for the "hooligan, extremist, fascist" demonstrations of some of the protesters. "There are two very important plans for the discussion. On the one hand, the right of citizens to protest, and it is a right that we respect, it is a natural right.

PM Citu: We adopted in Gov't several decisions to reduce COVID pandemic

Bucharest, March 25 /Agerpres/ - Prime Minister Florin Citu announced on Thursday, at the end of the Government's meeting, that the Executive has adopted several decisions that will help reduce the COVID-19 pandemic. "This week we had several meetings - with the Association of County Councils, with Bucharest's sector mayors and the mayor general.

PM Citu: Solution we have in mind - to adjust movement restriction for Resurrection Service

Prime Minister Florin Citu on Thursday stated, after discussions with representatives of religious cults, that the solution the authorities have in mind at this point is to adjust the movement restrictions to allow believers to physically participate in the Resurrection Service or the religious services of their respective religious cults, provided that the health safety rules are observed.

PM Citu: Strict observance of current measures, in parallel with vaccination, would be sufficient to avoid zonal quarantine

Prime Minister Florin Citu called on Wednesday for the representatives of the local authorities to continue to be involved in the firm application of the current health protection measures, emphasizing that the strict observance of the current rules, in parallel with the running of the vaccination process would be sufficient to avoid other restrictive measures or zonal quarantine.

Minister Aurescu - at Foreign Affairs Council; developments in the EU-Russia relationship, on agenda

Bucharest, March 22 /Agerpres/ - The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bogdan Aurescu, participated, on Monday, in the meeting of the heads of diplomacies in the EU member states, which took place in Brussels, among the discussed points being the developments in the EU-Russia relationship and the approach to the Western Balkans.

Deputy PM Barna holds talks with EC Vice President Jourova:Ending CVM monitoring depends on Romania alone

Deputy Prime Minister Dan Barna discussed today with European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova, focusing mainly on the future Rule of law Report on Romania and Romania's progress towards closing the process of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM).

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