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March 31, 2021 7:03 am

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Points will work in all districts of the capital until October. You can get vaccinated for free.

In April, an additional 40 mobile animal vaccination points against rabies will start operating in the capital. They will appear next to areas for walking and training dogs in all districts, including Troitsky and Novomoskovsky. The specialists of the points will vaccinate the pets free of charge.

Finding out additional mobile vaccination stations is not difficult: these are blue tents with the logo of the Moscow State Veterinary Service. They will be admitting tailed patients until October.

You can get acquainted with the addresses of the location of additional mobile points and the mode of their operation at… Opening hours and addresses of points will be updated monthly.

Rabies is an acute infectious disease of the nervous system, which is fatal in 100 percent of cases. The virus is transmitted from sick animals, it is dangerous for humans as well. Unusual behavior will allow you to recognize a disease in a pet. This can be causeless anxiety, increased sensitivity to light and noise, aggression. Wild animals infected with rabies show no fear of humans. In addition, the infection causes convulsions, drooling, impaired coordination of movements, and paralysis. The only preventive measure for the disease is vaccination.

“We remind animal owners that the lack of vaccination in pets or evasion of vaccination is a violation of the law, for which administrative responsibility is provided,” the press service of the Moscow City Veterinary Committee noted.

In addition, you can get your pet vaccinated against rabies free of charge at temporary vaccination points. They work in all districts of the capital in the offices of the joint dispatching service of the State Budgetary Institution Zhilischnik. On the territory of Troitsky and Novomoskovsky districts, such points are organized on the basis of white special vehicles with the logo of the Moscow Veterinary Committee. The addresses and working hours of temporary vaccination points are posted on… For more information on vaccination of animals, please call the hotline: +7 (495) 612-04-25 (around the clock).

You can also vaccinate a pet in any department of the state veterinary service. Information about the work of veterinary clinics is posted on the open data portal of the Moscow Government in the section “Centers for free animal vaccination against rabies”.

The service for making an appointment with a veterinarian is available online on the website or in the Moscow State Services mobile application. In addition, you can call your veterinarian at home to vaccinate your animal.

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

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