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March 31, 2021 09:01 am

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From March 31, mobile COVID-19 vaccination teams began work in the centers of public services in North Tushin and South Tushin, as well as in Dmitrovsky and Yasenevo districts.

Mobile teams for coronavirus vaccination have begun to work in three more centers of public services “My Documents”. This was reported by the press service of the Moscow social development complex.

“For more than two months in Moscow, mobile teams of vaccination against coronavirus have been working in places of mass stay of people, in shopping centers. One of these frequently visited places are the centers of public services “My Documents”. The permanent COVID-19 vaccination point operates in the My Documents flagship office of the Central Administrative District in the Afimall City shopping and entertainment center, before that vaccination could be done in another flagship. Now the work of mobile vaccination teams is organized in other centers of public services. In addition to solving their everyday issues, residents have the opportunity to get vaccinated against coronavirus in the most convenient conditions, ”the press service said.

From March 31, mobile teams for vaccination against COVID-19 began work in the centers of public services in North Tushin and South Tushin, as well as in the Dmitrovsky and Yasenevo districts. As in other points of work of mobile teams, the vaccination in “My Documents” can be done free of charge and without an appointment.

Compliance with all sanitary and epidemiological requirements is ensured in the places of work of the mobile teams. The vaccinations are carried out by the doctors of the city polyclinics. Before the procedure, patients must undergo a preliminary examination, their well-being is monitored within half an hour after the administration of the vaccine.

Vaccination by mobile teams is carried out free of charge and without an appointment. You must have a passport and a compulsory health insurance policy (if any).

Vaccination takes about 40 minutes: 10–15 minutes are required for a medical examination and the vaccination itself, the next 30 minutes is taken by post-vaccination observation. On the day of the first vaccination, the doctor, in agreement with the patient, sets the date for the second stage of vaccination in 21 days.

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. In addition, you can get vaccinated in private medical clinics. Moscow has signed 108 agreements with private medical organizations. 85 clinics have already begun to vaccinate residents. Moreover, the vaccine itself is free. You only need to pay for the services of the clinic for the injection.

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

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