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Mobile teams have been created for vaccination at home in all administrative districts.
More than 60 percent of Muscovites who are home-based social services and have no contraindications to vaccination have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. This was reported by Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.
“Since mid-April, Muscovites who are home-based services have been given the opportunity to be vaccinated against coronavirus infection. In total, more than 60 percent of such citizens received both components of the vaccine, who have no contraindications. Due to their health conditions, they are at risk, so it is very important for them to have reliable protection against COVID-19. Residents who have expressed a desire to be vaccinated visit mobile medical teams, ”she said.
More than 300 vaccination points have been opened in the capital, including 119 vaccination centers based on city polyclinics, 45 Healthy Moscow pavilions, and seven My Documents public service centers. You can also get vaccinated in shopping malls and other public places. One of the largest vaccination pavilions in Europe is located in Gostiny Dvor, it can receive more than seven thousand people a day. To vaccinate foreign citizens, there is a center in Luzhniki, its capacity is more than 15 thousand people a day.
The vaccination campaign for home-based citizens who are unable to visit vaccination sites on their own began on 13 April. Mobile teams have been created for vaccination at home in all administrative districts. More than 50 mobile teams work, each equipped with personal protective equipment and equipment that allows the vaccine to be transported without violating the transportation conditions – a special pharmaceutical thermocontainer that keeps the temperature inside no higher than minus 18 degrees.
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