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There is also a high rate of vaccinated among civil servants in the social sphere – it reached 83 percent.

In Moscow, 66 percent of employees of educational organizations and almost 70 percent of employees in the medical sector were vaccinated against coronavirus, she said. Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

“From the very beginning of the pandemic, the social complex has been focused on combating the coronavirus, and our employees know firsthand about the danger of this disease. In addition, workers of social institutions, teachers and doctors constantly interact with residents and, like no one else, understand how important it is to protect not only themselves, but also those around them from the coronavirus, ” the deputy mayor emphasized. – As of July 14, 66 percent of employees of educational organizations of the city were vaccinated – and this is practically all schools, kindergartens and organizations of additional education – almost 70 percent of employees of Moscow medical organizations: hospitals, clinics, ambulances and other health care organizations, 76 percent of employees social institutions working in boarding houses for labor veterans, nursing homes, in the Moscow Longevity project, in social protection centers, employment centers and other organizations. “

Also, according to Anastasia Rakova, civil servants of the education, health care and social protection sectors have reached a high percentage of vaccinated – they are vaccinated by 83 percent.

According to the decree of the chief state sanitary doctor for the city of Moscow, by July 15, 60 percent of employees of service enterprises, civil servants and employees of organizations subordinate to the authorities must be vaccinated against coronavirus infection with the first component.

To confirm vaccination, employers need to submit employee lists through their personal account on by July 15th. The check will be carried out through centralized information systems for registering all vaccinated people in the country. If you have any questions, employers are invited to call the hotline by phone: +7 (495) 197-97-77, it works around the clock. Vaccination with the second component should be completed by August 15th.

In Moscow you can free get a vaccination against coronavirus infection by appointment in one of the vaccination centers based on polyclinics, as well as without an appointment in the Healthy Moscow pavilions or work points of mobile teams in popular public places, including at the largest point in Gostiny Dvor. There is also an incentive campaign for residents of the capital over 60 years old. “Million Prizes”(#Defeat COVIDTogether).

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