Geography of Romania
TIR trucks trying to clear the Giurgiu-Ruse border crossing point out of Romania into Bulgaria were waiting in a line of about eight kilometres on the first lane of the DN 5 Bucharest-Giurgiu national road on Wednesday after-noon and they could be seen as far as Daia, with the waiting time for those who reached customs control being 70 minutes.
A number of 4,057 people have been confirmed so far in Romania with the new coronavirus, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reported on Monday. Since the last information sent by GCS, 193 other cases of illness have been registered. Of the infected persons, 406 were declared cured and discharged. As many as 179 patients are admitted to intensive care units.
Romania's Health Minister Nelu Tătaru has announced that 445 new cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of infected to 3,183, according to Digi24 TV.
The number of deaths from the coronavirus is 118. A total of 283 people have been declared cured and released by hospitals. Currently, 83 patients are undergoing intensive treatment.
Health Minister Nelu Tataru told a news conference on Friday that 3,183 people in Romania are confirmed with the new type of coronavirus. According to him, 281 people have been declared cured. "As much as 75% of cases were confirmed in persons aged between 40 and 79. The average age of death is 66 years, most of the cases having been associated with chronic diseases.
The crowding reported at the entrance to Romania shifted from the Nadlac II Border Crossing Point (PTF) to the Nadlac I PTF where, on Friday morning, the waiting time was four hours.
The Nadlac II Border Crossing Point (PTF) was reported on Wednesday afternoon as being crowded again on the entrance lane to Romania, when the waiting time for the transit procedures lasted at least 240 minutes.
Six more people infected with the novel coronavirus have died in Romania, the death toll currently reaching 78, the Strategic Communication Group informs on Tuesday. It is about three men, aged 62, 68 and 57 - and three women - 69, 82 and 64 years old - all from Suceava County.
Three more people infected with the new coronavirus have died in Romania, the total number of those who have died so far due to this cause reaching 72, informs the Strategic Communication Group on Tuesday. It's about two women - one of 60 years old from Ialomita and another 53 years old from Hunedoara County - and a 65 year old man from Hunedoara.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Romania passed the 2,000 mark Monday evening, moving the country to stage four in the fight against the disease. Top emergency management official Raed Arafat, announced that more than 2,100 positive COVID-19 cases were confirmed, of which 593 were in the city of Suceava.
Interior Minister Marcel Vela announced on Monday evening the issuance of Military Ordinance No. 6, which provides the quarantine of the Municipality of Suceava and an adjoining area, made up of eight communes, as well as the establishment of a protection area on some administrative-territorial units of Suceava County.