The second phase of the anti-COVID vaccination started on Friday, January 15, in Romania, when people over 65 and those with chronic illnesses were able to get vaccinated. In Kolozs (Cluj) County, a total of 30 vaccination centers will eventually operate, but only 10 will open on Monday, the Prefect of Kolozs County announced.
According to the press release of the prefect, there will eventually be 30 vaccination centers in the county: 13 centers will operate in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca), three in Torda (Turda), two in Dés (Dej), and one in Aranyosgyér (Câmpia Turzii), Szamosújvár (Gherla), Bánffyhunyad (Huedin), Mócs (Mociu), Apahida, Kajántó (Chinteni), Gyalu (Gilău), Járabánya (Băișoara), Kiskalota (Călățele), Egeres (Aghireșu), Szászfenes (Florești) and Bács (Baciu). The prefect announced that 46 medical teams will manage the vaccinations, plus, there will be two mobile teams. According to the plans, 132,942 people from the county will receive the vaccine.
However, on Monday, only 10 centers will be open in the county, four of which operated as centers during the first phase of the vaccination campaign. The elderly and chronically ill may request the vaccine at the following centers:
1. Ion Creangă School: Árpád-tető (Aleea Peana) Street, A-1;
The prefect has indicated that the other centers will open later, after taking into consideration the proportion of the population that requires vaccination in each area.
Title image: The second phase of vaccination started on Friday, January 15. Photo: Ministry of National Defense