The Government is to approve in Wednesday's meeting, by a decision, the integration within the "Cantacuzino" National Research Institute of the Medical-Military Scientific Research Centre and the taking over of the specific objectives held by it.
Bucharest, March 16 /Agerpres/ - Prime Minister Florin Citu resumed the appeal towards the citizens regarding respecting the rules of sanitary protection, pointing out that he and the government he leads wish to keep an open economy, but this "depends only on us".
Prime Minister Florin Citu on Monday sent a message on the occasion of the Day of Hungarians Everywhere, emphasizing that March 15 celebrates both this community and the "good coexistence" developed in recent decades. "March 15 is the Day of Hungarians Everywhere, the most important holiday of the Hungarian community in Romania.
Bucharest, March 11 /Agerpres/ - Prime Minister Florin Citu said on Thursday that AstraZeneca vaccines distributed in Romania are not part of the problematic batch from Austria, following which several countries have suspended immunization with this type of serum, stressing that vaccination will continue at the same pace and the appointments for the third stage will start on March 15.
Prime Minister Florin Citu said that reform in the public sector has started by stopping the salary envelope increase, measure that would also be decided for next year, in addition to digitisation and restructuring of state-owned companies with arrears.
Bucharest, March 10 /Agerpres/ - The prime minister's Control Corps has identified several factors favoring the production and spread of the fire that occurred on January 29 at the "Matei Bals" Hospital, among them being the old infrastructure, the undersized electrical installation and "poor patient supervision".
The Government adopted on Wednesday the extension of the state of alert on Romania's territory, the most important measure being the one referring to the curfew, starting at 22,00hrs instead of 23,00hrs as it had been so far. "Today the extension of the state of alert has been approved as well.
Prime Minister Florin Citu notes that net investments in the economy increased in 2020, considering data from the National Institute of Statistics (INS), and stresses that this year the process will continue apace, with budget-backed investments due to increase by more than 8 billion lei, at "a record level" in the last 30 years, of 62 billion lei. "We have achieved the impossible!
Secretary of State with the Health Ministry Andrei Baciu states that, according to the delivery schedule, 2.6 million anti-COVID vaccine doses will arrive in Romania in March, and at least 3,128,000 doses in April. "Regarding the vaccine doses that will arrive in the next period, until the end of March (...) we have a total of over 2.6 million vaccine doses.
Prime Minister Florin Citu said on Tuesday that the data published by the Ministry of Health on which he was notified are related to vaccination, not to the number of tests in each county and that he wants to make sure that information that may create problems was not released in the public space.