President, Klaus Iohannis issues statement following March 29 protests.

President, Klaus Iohannis condemned actions of those who participated in protests against the restrictions and “attempted to politically seize the protests and turn them in vectors to spread hatred, xenophobia and antisemitism”.

Mayor wants to organise experimental festival with 5k people

Cluj-Napoca mayor, Emil Boc, has informed that he would be willing to carry out an experimental concert with 5,000 people, to see how coronavirus spreads in such situations.

CNSU: New restrictions from March 26th

Following the meeting today, CNSU has informed that the movement of persons outside of localities with a rate of over 3/1000 could be prohibited. At this time, the authorities are discussing a number of proposals which could be adopted and submitted to the Government for approval.

Process for COVID-19 vaccinations of foreign individuals and employees in Romania

The International Committee Cluj, wrote to the prefect of Cluj County, to request information about the process for individuals and employers of foreign individuals, to obtain the COVID-19 vaccination.

President Assures Romanians, “No Total Lockdown” over Holidays

Romania’s President, Klaus Iohannis, has stated that there will not be any total lockdown now, or over the holidays, but that localised lockdowns may be set up in areas where the case numbers remain high.

Parliament to overturn food market closure against Gov’s wishes

Romania’s Parliament plans to overturn a decision put in place by the government, to combat the spread of COVID-19, by amending an emergency ordinance on November 10th, to re-open food markets.

COVID-19: Restrictions and Vaccination Information

Information and Updates regarding COVID-19 in Romania, current restrictions and Vaccination advise.

CORONAVIRUS: Numbers start to increase in Romania with 36 deaths in one day.

On July 21st, Romania record the record high of 36 deaths, attributed to COVID-19, which is the highest number since the pandemic hit the country, on July 22nd, this figure was still quite high, at 27 recorded deaths. However, the number which appears to have started to indicate a concerning increase, is the number of reported cases. On July 22nd, Romania recorded 1,030 new cases, up from  994 new cases on the 21st and 681 new cases on 20th.