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The total number of recovered people reached 557,028.
During the day in the capital, another 5821 patients were cured of COVID-19. The number of those who recovered increased to 557,028 people. This was reported in the operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow.
To make sure that the disease is no longer there, doctors conduct special studies. Patients who need to remain monitored receive appropriate guidance.
Recovered Muscovites are offered to become plasma donors. A plasma donor can be a person aged 18 to 55 years old who has had a coronavirus infection and does not have chronic diseases. Also, the donor must have negative tests for HIV, hepatitis B and C.
Citizens who have recovered from the coronavirus can also become social volunteers and help those who are being treated for infection at home.
If a person has recovered from coronavirus infection and wants to donate blood plasma or become a social volunteer, you should contact the hotline at +7 (495) 870-45-16, which works daily from 9:00 to 19:00.
Registration for COVID-19 vaccination for doctors, teachers and social workers has opened on mos.ru Sergei Sobyanin spoke about the course of vaccination against COVID-19 in Moscow
On December 5, Moscow opened an enrollment for coronavirus vaccination for education, health and social services workers, from the 14th – for staff centers of public services “My Documents”, cultural institutions, trade and services. From December 21, workers of industrial enterprises, transport complex and employees will be able to vaccinate mass media… You can find out more about how to schedule a vaccination on the site…
Free testing for coronavirus is also available to citizens. You can sign up on mos.ru and “EMIAS.INFO”, in the mobile applications “My Moscow”, “State services of Moscow” and in the information kiosks of the capital’s polyclinics.
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