Moldova received a batch of 100,800 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from Romania. The announcement was made on Friday by Maia Sandu.
Moldova received the batch of 100,800 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine from Romania. President Sandu urged citizens to get vaccinated against the new coronavirus and thanked the Romanian authorities.
“Today, Moldova received another donation from Romania of 100,800 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine. I urge all citizens to get vaccinated to protect our lives and health and to return to normalcy as soon as possible. We now have enough doses to vaccinate as many citizens as possible in the shortest time. Thank you, Romania! Thank you, Mr. President Klaus Iohannis, Mr. Prime Minister Florin Cîțu,” says Maia Sandu.
On Wednesday, May 5, President Sandu announced that Romania will donate 100,000 doses of vaccine to Moldova. At the same time, according to the President, the Romanian authorities approved the decision to offer Moldova, by reselling 200,000 doses of vaccine per month.
Today, President Sandu got vaccinated against COVID-19 with the AstraZeneca vaccine. She decided to get vaccinated after it was announced that Romania will offer Moldova another batche of vaccines.
“Now that I have received this wonderful news from Romania that we will have more vaccines, I think it is the right time to vaccinate myself, so as to encourage those who are still in doubt,” said President Sandu.