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The vaccination was given to metro drivers, tram, bus and electric bus drivers, cashiers, controllers and security officers, as well as the management of the capital’s transport complex.
74 percent of Moscow Transport employees were vaccinated against the new coronavirus infection, the operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in the capital said.
The vaccination was given to subway drivers, tram, bus and electric bus drivers, cashiers, controllers, security personnel, as well as all heads of the capital. Department of Transport and Road Infrastructure Development and urban transport enterprises.
According to decreethe chief state sanitary doctor of Moscow, 60 percent of employees of service enterprises, civil servants and employees of organizations subordinate to the authorities must be vaccinated against coronavirus infection by the first component by July 15.
In order to confirm the vaccination, employers must submit the lists of employees through their personal account on the mos.ru portal by July 15 inclusive. The check will be carried out through centralized information systems for registering all vaccinated people in the country.
If you have any questions, employers can call the hotline by phone: +7 (495) 197-97-77. She works around the clock.
Vaccination with the second component must be completed by August 15th.
The broadest opportunities for vaccination against coronavirus have been created in Moscow. The network of vaccination centers in the capital is constantly expanding, and at the same time their capacity is increasing. You can get a vaccine against coronavirus today in polyclinics, pavilions “Healthy Moscow” in city parks, seven centers of state services “My Documents”, private clinics, shopping centers and other popular public places, including the largest point in Gostiny Dvor.
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