Vaccination law tabled for Gov't approval

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The vaccination law will be tabled for approval at the government's Wednesday sitting, Health Minister Florian Bodog announced at the beginning of the meeting.

"Today I will submit the vaccination law to the government for approval; as I announced earlier, this piece of legislation will be sent to Parliament and will not be adopted as an emergency ordinance," Bodog said at the beginning of the Cabinet's meeting.

The Health Minister went on to explain the benefits of the law.

"Over time I have presented, and I am doing it again, the benefits of this law regarding the financing and carrying out of the National Vaccination Program, regarding the protection we provide to the children of Romania, the predictability we ensure as regards the supply with vaccines, as we are practically rendering accountable the whole chain, beginning with the minister and ending with the parents, as regards the children's vaccination," Bodog said.

The Minister of Health voiced his conviction that Parliament will look at the vaccination law with utmost speed.

"The law will be sent to Parliament and I am sure it will be analyzed with the utmost speed in the expert committees, and I am convinced that our colleagues in Parliament will mobilize so that we are able to enforce this law as soon as possible," Bodog said. AGERPRES (RO — author: Daniel Florea, editor: Mihai Simionescu; EN — author: Simona Klodnischi, editor: Razvan-Adrian Pandea)

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