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Photo by M. Mishin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government
70 vaccination rooms on the basis of adult polyclinics work daily from 08:00 to 20:00.
From Monday, December 21, workers in industrial enterprises, energy, transport and the media can be vaccinated against coronavirus infection.
“All conditions have been created in Moscow so that the largest possible number of people from the main risk groups could receive protection from coronavirus infection in a relatively short time. On the basis of adult clinics, 70 vaccination points have been deployed, where you can get vaccinated against COVID-19. Starting today, we are opening an entry for vaccination for people from new risk groups: workers in industry, energy, transport and the media, ”she said
Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.
Moscow became the first city in the world to offer free large-scale COVID-19 vaccinations for people from key risk groups. From December 5, employees of the education, health care and social protection sectors can come to the procedure, from December 14 – employees of the offices of “My Documents”, cultural enterprises, trade and services.
Citizens with the primary right to be vaccinated against coronavirus are informed about such an opportunity, including via SMS.
Registration for COVID-19 vaccination for trade, culture and services workers has opened
So far, residents of the capital from risk groups between the ages of 18 and 60, who are attached to one of the city’s clinics, can get vaccinated against coronavirus. You need to have a passport, compulsory medical insurance policy and a document confirming the fact of work in the relevant industry. For this, a certificate from the place of work is suitable.
You can sign up for vaccination on the portals mos.ruand emias.info, in the city mobile applications “Moscow State Services”, “My Moscow” and “EMIAS.INFO”, through information kiosks in clinics or by phone. Vaccination rooms are open daily from 08:00 to 20:00.
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