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Romania imposes overnight withdrawal for unvaccinated

Romania moved from the 19th position to the 37th

Romania has banned people who have not yet been vaccinated against covid-19 from leaving their homes between 10 pm and 5 am.

During these hours, residents who do not present a vaccination certificate cannot access any establishments, with the exception of supermarkets and pharmacies.

Concerts and celebrations such as weddings have been banned and companies will have to put on telecommuting at least 50% of your teams. It will be like this for at least 30 days.

O mandatory collectiono is a measure that aims to encourage more Romanians to seek the vaccine in a country where only 30% of the population is fully immunized against the disease.

In Romania, there are currently 225 deaths by covid-19 in the last 14 days per million inhabitants, ten times more than the European average.

With regard to travel, travelers from Austria, Belgium and Greece will be subject to quarantine rules when entering Romania, as the country’s authorities have placed these countries on the red list, which includes territories considered highly affected by the spread of the new coronavirus .

THE Romania red list consists of countries that have a cumulative rate of new cases of coronavirus infections greater than or equal to three per 100 population during the past two weeks.

As a result, travelers from territories included on the red list are required to comply with mandatory two-week quarantine requirements, even if they test negative for any coronavirus test, the website clarifies. schengenvisainfo.

Romanian authorities continue to categorize other countries into green, yellow and red groups based on their covid-19 incidence rate, although they have decided not to follow the “EU Traffic Light” map.

Based on data provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), a total of 1,534,942 people tested positive for the new coronavirus in Romania and 43,844 people died since the start of the pandemic.

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