The Covid vaccine in Dracula’s castle. Romania is betting on the charm of one of its most famous tourist attractions to give further impetus to the vaccination campaign and attract the undecided. Visitors to the famous castle, located in the Carpathians, will be able to receive the coveted injection right in the halls where Vlad the Impaler once roamed. “I came to visit the castle with my family and when I saw the announcement I took courage and agreed to give the injection,” said 39-year-old engineer, Livie Necula, quoted by the ‘Guardian’. who agree to get the vaccine in Dracula’s ‘house’ receive a certificate praising their “courage and responsibility” and promised that they will be welcome at the castle “for the next 100 years”. They also receive the opportunity to take a free tour of the “torture chamber”.