Mobile coronavirus vaccination stations have been launched in Moscow's Riviera and Gagarinsky shopping centers, the press service of the capital's social development complex said. “In order to reach as many people as possible with vaccinations, we regularly change locations and increase the number of mobile teams. Starting today, the Covid-19 vaccination can be done in two more shopping centers - Riviera and Gagarinsky, - said Anastasia Rakova, deputy mayor of the city for social development. In addition, the work of mobile teams for vaccination against coronavirus has been extended until February 27 at the Columbus and Kaleidoscope shopping centers. This is due to the high demand of citizens for vaccination in these TCs. A complete list of coronavirus vaccination points is published on the website (https://www.mos.ru/city/projects/covid-19/privivka/). Vaccination is carried out with Sputnik V free of charge and entirely voluntarily. You only need to have a passport and a compulsory medical insurance policy with you.