When we talk about Dracula, we picture an image of a creature with long fangs in our minds that bites. This is exactly what Romania’s Dracula Castle will do this year. You must have seen the animation of Hotel Transylvania, right?
On Friday, Dracula Castle announced its intention to vaccinate against COVID-19 and to vaccinate visitors every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in May without an appointment.
Located in the Carpathian Mountains in Transylvania, Dracula Castle hopes to attract more travelers with vaccinations. And for its variety, it is called “the Dracula Bite”.
You do not have to enter the fort to get the vaccine, but those who do get it by announcing that they have been vaccinated at the Castle.
Visitors who pay to enter Dracula Castle will be allowed to visit the Medieval Torture Exhibition, an attraction described on its Facebook page, free of charge.
More interested in the subject of location, the campaign images include a photograph of a fang that has been replaced with a needle and a nurse with a fang ready to inject a dose.
According to Dracula castle, visitors are required to observe all aspects of the coronavirus safety, including the use of hand sanitizers, wearing a mask, and a distance of two meters (about six and a half feet) from others.
The medieval castle, which ended in 1388, is thought to have inspired the Irish author Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel “Dracula”.
The vaccines are given on Fridays at 2 pm at Dracula Castle. Until 8 pm, Saturdays from 10 am to 8 pm and Sundays from 10 am to 6 pm. this month. 2 million 314 thousand 812 people – or 96.11% of the country’s population – have been vaccinated and 5,891,855 doses have been prescribed, thus you will be safe from Corona and immortalized with the Dracula Bite, just remember to avoid the sun.
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