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Free vaccination points are open in the city for everyone over 18 years old.

Almost 660 thousand people over 60 years old have been vaccinated against coronavirus infection in the capital, the press service said Moscow Department of Health.

“At the moment, almost 660 thousand people from the age group over 60 have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Elderly people are most susceptible to infection with coronavirus infection, they are prone to a more severe course of the disease and complications. Therefore, doctors recommend not to delay the decision and use the most effective way of protection as soon as possible: get vaccinated, ”the press service said.

Vaccination against COVID-19 of citizens over 60 years old began in Moscow at the end of last year. There were no serious negative reactions from those who passed it.

The primary task of the Moscow Government is to provide vaccines to the most important risk group – the elderly, but it is equally important to create herd immunity in the city. To this end, points have been opened in Moscow free vaccinationfor everyone over 18 years old. In addition, mobile teams are working.

You can vaccinate without an appointment in all pavilions “Healthy Moscow” and large shopping centers. The necessary supply of vaccine doses was also provided for 100 points on the basis of city polyclinics. There are several ways to make an appointment with a medical institution for vaccination: on, through the applications “EMIAS.INFO”, “My Moscow”, “Moscow State Services” or by calling the vaccination point.

An incentive program continues for older Muscovites who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 “Million Prizes #We WinCOVIDTogether”… After vaccination, they receive a gift card for one thousand points (rubles) or an electronic certificate with the same denomination. Bonuses can be used to buy goods or pay for services in stores, pharmacies, restaurants and cafes of the promotion partners. Already took part in the program more than 155 thousand people.

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