The Romanian castle that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula is now a walk-in Covid-19 vaccination center in an initiative to increase both vaccination and tourism. Visitors to the 14th-century Bram castle can get a free Pfizer shot from doctors with fang stickers on their scrubs, free entry to an exhibition of medieval torture instruments and a certificate commending them for boldness and responsibility. While the Romanian government hopes to vaccinate 10 million people by September, a recent survey found widespread skepticism about vaccines. Romania has lost almost 29,000 people to the pandemic.

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