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Over 7.100 Romanians take swine flu jab in Bucharest. The number of vaccination centres increases

de Alina Neagu, transl/adapt. C.B.
Luni, 11 ianuarie 2010, 10:54 English | Top News

7,118 people were vaccinated against swine flu on Sunday in Bucharest at the four open centres: "Matei Bals" Institute, the Ophtalmology Hospital, Colentina Hospital and Fundeni Institute, according to Health Ministry state secretary Adrian Streinu-Cercel, quoted by Romanian news agency Mediafax.

The number of people requesting the vaccine increased tremendously during the last week, after actor Toni Tecuceanu died following complications subsequent to being infected with the A H1N1 virus.

The number of vaccination centres in Bucharest has been improved by 18 units on Monday, due to the high demand.

Here is where people can now to get the ja

  • "Sfanta Maria" Hospital
  • "Filantropia" Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital
  • "Dan Theodorescu" University Dentistry Hospital
  • Nephrology "Carol Davila" Hospital
  • Colentina Hospital
  • "I. Cantacuzino" Hospital
  • "Foisor" Orthopaedic Hospital
  • "Ion Stoia" Centre for Rheumatic Illnesses
  • "Sfantul Stefan" Pulmonology and Phtisiology Hospital
  • Caritas Hospital
  • "Nicolae Malaxa" Hospital
  • "Victor Gomoiu" Paediatric Hospital
  • "Victor Babes" Hospital for Infectious and Tropical Diseases
  • Coltea Hospital
  • "Sfantul Luca" Hospital for Chronically Ill and Geriatrics
  • "Scarlat Longhin" Hospital for Skin and STDs
  • "Th. Burghele" Hospital
  • "Panait Sarbu" Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital
  • Another vaccination centre will be opened on Monday, starting 11 am, in the University Passage.

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