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Daniel Ioniță says Romania donates another 50,400 doses of vaccine out of solidarity

Romania offers the Republic of Moldova the second part of the 200,000 doses of COVID-19 promised earlier by the President of Romania Klaus Iohannis. The 50,400 doses of AstaZeneca vaccine will be distributed to all the districts in Moldova. Romania’s Ambassador to Moldova Daniel Ioniță said the pandemic does not have borders and Romania helps Moldova out of solidary and due to the feeling of fraternity, IPN reports.

The 50,400 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine represent the second lot of Romania’s donation. The first lot of 21,600 doses was shipped to Chisinau a month ago.

“The 50,400 doses of vaccine are intended for the personnel eligible to be vaccinated in the Republic of Moldova. The 200,000 doses are envisioned for all the citizens of the Republic of Moldova and will be distributed by the authorities in Chisinau according to the vaccination strategy. We want the medical equipment and vaccines offered out of solidary to be distributed equitably to all the areas, districts of the Republic of Moldova,” Daniel Ioniță stated in the talk show “Emphasis of Today” on TVR Moldova channel.

The diplomat also said that the citizens of the Republic of Moldova who have Romanian nationality can schedule an appointment on www.vaccinare-covid.gov.ro to be vaccinated in Romania.

“We are at the third vaccination stage in Romania. All those who want to be vaccinated should make an effort and register. They need the personal identification number, a telephone number in Romania and should follow the instructions concerning scheduling. This can be done voluntarily,” stated Daniel Ioniță.

According to the diplomat, over 2 million people have been vaccinated in Romania. This is 15% of the population that is eligible to be immunized.

“In Romania, the success is a major one as the citizens are interested in being immunized. The donation made by Romania to the Republic of Moldova should be regarded as extremely valuable as the vaccines are offered free from Romania’s quota for which Romania paid,” stated Daniel Ioniță.

According to the platform www.vaccinare.gov.md, 33,885 persons have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in the Republic of Moldova so far.

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