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On Monday it will be decided to reintroduce restrictions for the countries which have COVID infection level superior to the level in Romania

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Premier Ludovic Orban announced that there will be a meeting of the National Committee for Emergency Situations which will decide the reintroduction of restrictions for the countries which have a level of infection superior to the level in Romania over the last 14 days.

 

The head of the executive explained that those coming to Romania and staying more than three days, will have to be in isolation. They will have the possibility that in the fifth day they take a Covid testa and if negative, they can leave isolation. Those who stay only three days in Romania will not be obliged to get into isolation, but they have to present a Covid negative test made 48 hours before getting into the country.

 

I’ve discussed with my colleagues, you know we haven’t updated the situation of the countries as at European level  there was a debate and we have been waiting for a unitary decision to be taken at European level. There is no decision that is why we will decide on Monday in the CNSU to reintroduce restrictions for the countries  with infection level superior to that of Romania over the last 14 days’ stated Ludovic Orban on Wednesday night in a press conference after the videoconference with the prefects and the representatives of the institutions liable in the management of the epidemics at Ministry of Interior headquarters.

 

The prime-minister added that there will be decisions at local level, in certain areas and in localities sucu as quarantine, if the situation requires it. Orban has also said that the asked the prefects to intensify inspections to be sure everybody observes the rules for sanitary protection.

 

COVID -19: Romania exceeds 2,000 daily cases

 

2,158 new cases of COVID-19 infections have been reported in the past 24 hours in Romania which marks a new record high since the start of the pandemic. 33 infected patients have died in the last day, while 550 are in serious condition in intensive care.

Overall, the tall has reached 127,572 people infected with the novel coronavirus across Romania, while 102,476 patients were declared cured.

 

Separate from the 1,258 newly cases of people infected with SARS – CoV – 2 (COVID – 19), other 674 already infected patients tested positive for Covid again.

The death toll climbed to 4,825, with 33 new more deaths reported in the past 24 hours: 21 men and 12 women from Arge?, Bac?u, Bihor, Boto?ani, Bra?ov, Constan?a, Gorj, Harghita, Ia?i, Maramure?, Mehedin?i, Prahova, Sibiu, Suceava, Teleorman, Timi?, Tulcea, Vaslui, Ilfov and Bucharest.

 

Two deaths have been reported in the 40-49yo age group, and five deaths in the 50-59yo age group. 31 of the latest victims had underlying medical conditions, while no comorbidity was reported for one patient. 7,496 infected Romanians are currently hospitalized, with 55 in intensive care.

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Thursday, October 1, 2020