The first drive-through vaccination centre in Bucharest will open on Thursday, located at Piața Constituției and will use the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, according to Romania-Insider.
The vaccination at the drive-through centre will be done without a prior appointment but an identity document must be shown upon arrival.
“It is a solution that has worked in other countries and has helped support the vaccination campaign. (…) This solution will become operational in Bucharest,” said Mayor, Nicusor Dan Facebook.
The drive-through in Bucharest will be the third drive-through vaccination centre in Romania, after Deva and Cluj-Napoca.
Romania accelerated the vaccination campaign in recent weeks as the authorities’ plan is for the country to have 5 million vaccinated people by June.