MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
October 4, 2021, 07:01
Photo by E. Samarin. Mos.ru
Vaccinated Muscovites over 65 years old will receive a “Taking care of health” gift set.
Social workers have resumed work to educate the older generation about the possibilities of vaccination against COVID-19.
“Social workers, employees of the Moscow Longevity departments from the capital’s social service centers inform older citizens about the benefits of vaccination, if they wish, they help to sign up for a vaccination at the polyclinic, and also explain how to get the“ Taking care of health ”kit. It is important to note that vaccinations are free. To register for a vaccination, an employee can specify only the date of birth and the number of the OMS policy. You don’t need to name your passport details, let alone your bank account number! If you are asked about this, there are scammers in front of you, call the police immediately, ”said the head of the capital
The “Taking care of health” gift box can be received by pensioners over 65 years old who have received one component of the vaccination against coronavirus infection before December 31, 2021, and then fully completed the vaccination. A useful kit will also be given to those who will be re-vaccinated by the end of the year. The gift itself can be received until March 1, 2022. Today, almost 200 thousand people have become the owners of the set.
Since March 24, social assistants have conducted door-to-door visits to older citizens and inform them about the possibilities of free vaccination against coronavirus infection. In three months, about two million citizens over the age of 60 learned about the vaccination.
Now the rounds take place on weekdays from 10:00 to 20:00. You can confirm the authority of an employee at the county social security offices by phone:
– in the South-West Administrative District: +7 499 137-18-12;
– in the Southern Administrative District: +7 495 675-61-73;
– in ZelAO: +7 499 738-41-33;
– in North-Eastern Administrative District: +7 499 184-42-66;
– in SZAO: +7 499 195-95-09;
– in the Troitsky and Novomoskovsky administrative areas: +7 495 817-29-09;
– in the CAO: +7 499 900-42-33;
– in the Central Administrative District: +7 499 763-18-39;
– in VAO: +7 495 963-01-75;
– in SEAD: +7 495 345-74-01;
– at CJSC: +7 499 431-17-13.
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