COVID-19 vaccines are continuing to roll out to the masses across the world. The need to get shots in lots of arms means some unorthodox measures are taking place, including turning stadiums and museums into vaccination stations. Basically, anywhere that can fit a ton of people into it. But, if you’re a horror fan, there’s one really cool place to get your shot: Dracula’s castle.
The castle is supposedly the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s classic novel
🏰 Bran Castle 🧛🏻♂️ in Romania🇷🇴🇪🇺will host a special vaccination💉 marathon, for a month, during the weekends, in the Medieval Customs buildings inside the #Bran Domain.— Dr Dan Stoenescu (@DanStoenescuEU) May 7, 2021
🔛 Vaccination will be done with the mobile medical team, and the operating interval is Friday - Sunday. pic.twitter.com/U9b9P6qY5z
The vampire-centric promotional materials are rather cool with medical workers wearing fang stickers. And, of course, there’s a photo of a mouth with two syringes replacing the famous vampire’s fangs. Anyone who is a horror fanatic can also earn bragging rights about getting their shot at the infamous horror location.
Dracula will not sink his fangs into anyone (at least we hope not) but there will be vaccines going into humans to help them stay safe. And that’s always great news to hear.