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You can ask for help by calling the hotline: +7 (495) 870-45-09.

On Sunday, the system of social services and support for citizens who should stay at home due to the spread of coronavirus will resume work. You can ask for help by calling the hotline: +7 (495) 870-45-09.

“Since Monday, elderly Muscovites over 65 and citizens

suffering from chronic diseasesmust stay at home. This measure will help protect the people most vulnerable to the virus, ”wrote in his blog Sergey Sobyanin.

To apply for a sick leave, working Muscovites suffering from chronic diseases, as well as pregnant women, need to contact the hotline. Using the information system, the operators will check whether the applicant really has a chronic disease and whether the Muscovite is registered for pregnancy. After that, specialists will issue an electronic sick leave. The patient will be informed of his number by phone call or SMS.

If the diagnosis cannot be confirmed or the citizen is not attached to the city clinic, then the applicant will receive a notification indicating the reason for the refusal. In this case, he will need to contact the clinic.

“65 working Muscovites plus sick leave will be issued automatically, without applications. Employers should send to the Social Insurance Fund lists of their employees who are obliged to stay at home, ”the Moscow Mayor emphasized.

Sergei Sobyanin also reminded that the telemedicine center continues to work. Its specialists advise patients undergoing treatment at home.

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“Home delivery of medicines on preferential prescriptions to citizens registered in polyclinics will be carried out on an initiative basis. You don’t need to come for them on your own, ”Sergei Sobyanin said.

Chronic patients will not have to apply for medicines, everyone else should call the hotline if necessary. You can also leave a request for home delivery of groceries, medical products, pet food and other essentials. Social workers will fulfill the order. In addition, elderly and chronically ill Muscovites can contact the hotline if they need psychological help and support.

“My dear veterans, I ask you to take care of yourself. Please stay at home. And remember that you are not alone. If you need help, do not hesitate to contact the hotline and other city services, ”added the Moscow Mayor.

Since September 28, due to the aggravation of the epidemiological situation, people over 65 and Muscovites with chronic diseases must again observe the home regime as the most vulnerable categories of the population. Employers are advised to transfer employees to remote work mode.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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