MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
The Sochi Military Commissariat is fully provided with test systems for diagnosing a new coronavirus infection in recruits of the spring draft and accompanying military teams.
The first group of servicemen, called up by the military commissariat of Sochi, has successfully passed testing and will leave for the troops on April 20. All citizens called up for military service and arriving at the assembly point will be tested.
When carrying out conscription measures, a complex of sanitary and anti-epidemic measures is implemented, aimed at excluding the introduction and spread of infectious diseases. Assembly and recruiting centers are provided with medical equipment necessary to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, all employees of military commissariats involved in the recruitment activities have completed vaccination.
Also, all measures have been taken to ensure safety requirements and monitor the health status of recruits along the route of military commands and in military units after their arrival at the place of military service.
Upon arrival at military units, recruits will be able to vaccinate against COVID-19. To this end, more than 20 thousand doses of vaccine against the new coronavirus infection have been reserved for spring conscription in medical institutions of the Southern Military District (YuVO).
Also, more than 40 vaccination posts have been deployed on the territory of the district, more than 60 vaccination teams have been formed, half of which are mobile. This number provides daily vaccination of more than 2 thousand people both at the base of military medical institutions and in the field.
To date, more than 76 thousand servicemen have completed vaccination on the territory of the Southern Military District. More than 50 thousand specialists of civilian personnel of military units and institutions of the Southern Military District, as well as more than 120 thousand family members of military personnel, have been involved in the vaccination campaign.
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