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September 20, 2021, 08:03

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Anyone over 18 years of age can be vaccinated in them, regardless of the place of registration.

On September 20, mobile influenza vaccination stations began to operate. You can also get vaccinated in all city clinics.

“Starting today, mobile stations for influenza vaccination have been launched in the capital. As in previous years, they are located at points with the highest possible traffic – near metro stations, the Moscow Central Circle, Moscow Central Diameters and railway stations. Experience shows that this format is best suited for residents of the capital. In total, we have opened 45 points, they will work every day, “- said

Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development.

Mobile points are open daily: on weekdays they work from 08:00 to 20:00, on Saturdays – from 09:00 to 18:00, on Sundays – from 09:00 to 16:00. You can find out where they are and learn more about influenza vaccination at the website of the Moscow Department of Health

Anyone over 18 years of age can be vaccinated, regardless of the place of registration. You only need a Russian passport and written consent, which is issued on the spot. Before vaccination, the doctor conducts a medical examination and determines possible contraindications. After vaccination, the person receives a certificate and oral recommendations from a specialist. The whole procedure takes 10-15 minutes.

Pregnant women are vaccinated in polyclinics. Children and adolescents can also be vaccinated in clinics or in educational institutions – kindergartens, schools and colleges.

Domestic vaccines developed according to the recommendations of the World Health Organization are used for vaccination. All of them are inactivated, that is, they do not contain a live virus and cannot lead to disease. Vaccines that are used in Russia have passed mandatory state registration, have a certificate of conformity, and their safety has been confirmed by numerous studies.

In addition, in Moscow, massive free vaccination against COVID-19… On the basis of polyclinics, you can get vaccinated by appointment, and in popular public places where mobile medical teams work, they are accepted without an appointment.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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