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Vaccinations are free of charge and without an appointment. You must have a passport and a compulsory health insurance policy (if any).

Mobile teams for vaccination against coronavirus infection began to work in three more shopping centers in the capital. The procedure takes about 40 minutes: 10-15 minutes are required for a medical examination and the vaccination itself, then the patient’s well-being is monitored for another 30 minutes. In addition, the doctor selects the date for the second stage of vaccination – after 21 days.

“Field COVID-19 vaccination teams continue to move around the city. Starting today, you can get vaccinated against coronavirus in three more shopping centers – Kaluzhsky, Shchelkovsky and Vodny. Mobile teams working in the shopping centers “Oceania” and “Gorod” have already begun to vaccinate with the second component of the drug those who had previously been vaccinated at these points. Vaccination with the first component is complete. Starting next week in the shopping centers “Salaris” and “L-153” vaccination will also be carried out with only the second component of the vaccine, “she said.

Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

Mobile COVID-19 vaccination teams began working in Moscow on January 18. They receive citizens in GUM, the Helikon-Opera theater, the Depo food mall, in the flagship offices of My Documents of the Central Administrative District (Afimall City SEC) and the South Administrative District (Columbus SEC), as well as in the Salaris, L-153 “and” Kaleidoscope “.

All sanitary and epidemiological requirements are observed in the places of work of the mobile teams. The vaccinations are carried out by doctors of city polyclinics. The procedure is free of charge and without an appointment. You must have your passport and compulsory medical insurance policy (if any).

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You can also get vaccinated against coronavirus at one of 100 points based on city polyclinics. They work daily from 08:00 to 20:00.

Vaccinations are also carried out in private medical clinics. Moscow has signed 74 agreements with private medical organizations, 59 clinics have already begun to vaccinate. The vaccine itself is free for residents, only the clinic’s injection service is paid for.

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