It will be possible to get vaccinated against coronavirus in the capital during the New Year holidays. As told in his blog Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, vaccination points will be open daily, except for December 31st and January 1st.
“Let’s not delay getting vaccinated against COVID-19. A long weekend is a good opportunity to get vaccinated in order to feel confident in the new year, ”said the mayor of the capital. The Moscow Mayor also urged residents to be as careful as possible during the New Year holidays, to be more attentive to their health and the health of their loved ones.
What is the schedule for vaccination points?
In total, 70 vaccination points have been opened in the capital on the basis of urban adult polyclinics. They work daily from 08:00 to 20:00, respectively, in this interval, you can choose a slot for recording on any free day (except for December 31 and January 1). The recording is available two weeks in advance.
Those who come to be vaccinated will need to have a passport and an OMS policy with them. For workers in industries whose representatives have a priority right to vaccination, a job certificate or any document confirming employment in the relevant organization is required.
How to sign up for a vaccination?
Any resident of the capital who belongs to the categories of people who are now allowed to be vaccinated can sign up for a vaccination. These are citizens who are at risk – over 60 years old. They also vaccinate employees of spheres and organizations whose activities involve constant contact with a large number of people (doctors, teachers, volunteers, etc.). From December 30, college and university students over 18 years old will be able to get vaccinated. A complete list of professions can be found on the website of the Moscow mayor’s office.
You can get vaccinated regardless of whether there is a capital registration (registration) or not. If you are attached to one of the Moscow polyclinics, you can make an appointment by phone (you can find it on the mos.ru website) or online on the Moscow City Hall website in the “Free vaccination” section. If there is no attachment, you need to select the district of residence in the “Free vaccination” section, and the site will offer available vaccination points.
In addition to the website of the Moscow mayor’s office, you can also sign up using the My Moscow mobile application, through the UMIAS website and mobile application. INFO ”, the“ Moscow State Services ”mobile application, at the information kiosks of city polyclinics or by calling the vaccination point.