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January 26, 2022, 18:50

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You no longer need to contact the clinic to close the sick leave after COVID-19 and SARS.

In Moscow, the procedure for closing hospitals for patients with coronavirus and SARS is simplified. She told about it Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development, Head of the Operational Headquarters for Control and Monitoring of the Coronavirus Situation in Moscow. Now, at the end of the quarantine and in the absence of symptoms, you can close the sick leave remotely.

“The load on polyclinics is growing, once again people do not need to go to the polyclinic, waste their time, so from today the sick leave for patients with SARS and COVID-19 will be closed without coming to the polyclinic. Doctors will call, hold a consultation, find out if the state of health allows a person to be discharged, and close the sick leave remotely, automatically sending it to the employer. If the state of health says that you still need to be treated, then the sick leave will also automatically be extended,” the vice mayor noted.

Recently, Muscovites with symptoms of SARS became available online appointment to the doctor on duty. This decision was made to minimize the accumulation of a large number of patients at one time. Appointments can be made at mos.ru portal, on the site emias.info and in the mobile application “EMIAS.INFO” in the “Record” section. Patients who do not use digital services are still may come to the doctor on duty without a preliminary call on a first-come, first-served basis.

Muscovites with symptoms of acute respiratory viral infections now have access to an online appointment with the doctor on duty Muscovites with symptoms of acute respiratory viral infections will be received without an appointment by the doctors on duty at polyclinics

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