In Romania, part of the country's cultural history has been harnessed to help with the vaccination campaign, as visitors to Transylvania's famous "Dracula's Castle" now also receive a coroner vaccine on sale, the BBC reports.

Built in the 14th century in the Carpathian Mountains, Bran Castle is believed to have inspired Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula.

In a popular tourist destination, you can now get a coroner vaccine from caregivers living in vampire-themed torah tooth stickers.

Vaccine spikes have been incorporated into the marketing of the vampire castle. Photo: Daniel Mihailescu / AFP / Lehtikuva

In Romania, the goal is to vaccinate the country’s 10 million citizens by September, but the country’s citizens are reluctant to get vaccinated.

According to a study by think tank Globsec, about half of Romanians are not taking a coroner vaccine at all.

The figure is one of the highest in Europe.

The rapture of the vampire castle is hoped to boost vaccination statistics.

During the weekends during May, visitors to the castle will receive the vaccine without an appointment and free access to the castle’s historic artefacts.

Vaccine tricks are also believed to act as a stimulus for tourism in the area, which has suffered from declining visitor numbers during the pandemic.

According to Johns Hopkins statistics, more than a million infections have been diagnosed in Romania during the pandemic and about 29,000 people have died from the disease.