They are still negotiating the transfer of patients from border settlements to Hungarian hospitals from Romania.

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Intensive care units in Szeklerland were full, Gyöngyi Tar, Harghita County’s chief medical officer, said. RTL Newsson They stated that they have to choose between a patient according to who is younger and has a better chance of survival.

In Romania, nearly 30 percent of people are vaccinated, and in Zicklerland, even less, only 20 percent. According to Tarr, although the vaccination campaign in Romania was very good, the refusal of vaccinations against the coronavirus was a dramatic one.

Foreign Minister Peter Sigarteau RTL When asked, the Hungarian government has sent a thousand boxes of anti-coronavirus medicines and ventilators to Romania, where the epidemic has become critical.

last week liftTransporting patients from Romania to Romanian hospitals from border settlements. Szijjártó has now announced that they are still negotiating the matter.

In Romania, the number of novel coronavirus infections in hospitals approached 17,000 on Monday, and the number of serious patients treated in intensive care units reached 1,632. The number of newly diagnosed infections in the past 24 hours has fallen to less than ten thousand in the 24 The past hour, but the two-week moving average has continued to rise: more than 11,000 new infections per day on average are now in Romania.

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In one day, more than 350 cases of coronavirus died in Romania


In the past 24 hours, the population of Romania has claimed the largest number of victims of the epidemic in the world.

Romania will send coronavirus patients to Hungarian hospitals

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Infected people can come from border settlements.