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April 26, 2021 3:13 pm

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Vaccination stations have appeared in MTK EuroPark, hypermarkets Leroy Merlin and Globus.

From April 26, you can get vaccinated against coronavirus in three more shopping centers in the capital. This was reported in the press service of the social development complex.

“Starting today, April 26, mobile coronavirus vaccination teams are working in three more shopping centers. You can get vaccinated in the multifunctional shopping center EuroPark on Rublevskoye Shosse, in the Leroy Merlin construction hypermarket on Kievskoye Shosse, and in the Globus hypermarket near the Medvedkovo metro station. Vaccinations are carried out there free of charge and without an appointment, ”the press service noted.

The coronavirus vaccine can also be done in shopping centers located on the outskirts of the city:

– in the shopping center “Sadovod” (14th kilometer of the Moscow Ring Road, Verkhniye Polya Street);

– in the Globus hypermarket (Kommunarka village, Alexandra Monakhova street, house 61, building 1);

– in the shopping and entertainment center “Mega Teply Stan” (21st kilometer of the Kaluga highway);

– in the construction hypermarket “Leroy Merlin” (the village of Yudino, building 55d).

In shopping centers, all sanitary and epidemiological requirements are observed, vaccinations are carried out by doctors of city polyclinics. Before vaccination, doctors carry out a mandatory preliminary examination, and after the introduction of the vaccine, they observe the patient’s well-being for half an hour.

Vaccination takes about 40 minutes. 10-15 minutes are required for a medical examination and the vaccination itself, another half hour for a post-vaccination examination. On the day of the first vaccination, the doctor, in agreement with the patient, sets a date for the second injection, which must be given 21 days later.

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

Vaccinations are also done in private clinics. Moscow has concluded 112 agreements with such organizations, 92 of them have already begun to vaccinate. The vaccine itself is free for residents of the capital, you only need to pay for the clinic’s services 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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