In Russia, it is not planned to introduce fees for treatment for coronavirus infection for unvaccinated patients. This was announced by the press secretary of the President of the country Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS.
“No, this has never been discussed,” the Kremlin spokesman said.
Meanwhile, the Singapore authorities have tightened social restrictions on unvaccinated residents in connection with the new outbreak of COVID-19. In addition, since December 8, the government has decided not to pay medical bills for coronavirus treatment for citizens who refused vaccinations.
Previously, Peskov said that the use of QR codes in transport and in other places has become a global practice, which is mandatory in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.