Rospotrebnadzor Spoke About The Abolition Of Restrictions For Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Rospotrebnadzor Spoke About The Abolition Of Restrictions For Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Rospotrebnadzor Spoke About The Abolition Of Restrictions For Vaccinated Against COVID-19

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MOSCOW, January 3 - RIA Novosti. The issue of lifting restrictions for those vaccinated against coronavirus needs to be worked out taking into account the information on how long the immune response lasts after vaccination, the Rospotrebnadzor said in a message posted on the telegram channel Stopkoronavirus.rf.

At the same time, the department called "the use of documents confirming the statement of vaccination," a common practice.

Rospotrebnadzor also warned that alcohol creates an increased load on the body and affects the formation of an immune response, therefore, it is better to refuse it during the vaccination period.

As noted in the message, those wishing to be vaccinated should be examined by a doctor: in order to identify contraindications on the day of the procedure, a survey and examination are carried out, taking into account the collected data, patients can be prescribed the necessary tests.

The period of preservation of immunity after suffering a disease depends on many factors and can vary significantly, the department added. At the same time, the likelihood of a decrease in immunity after six months is relatively high, but the very fact of an infection and the presence of antibodies are not included in the list of contraindications for vaccination. Rospotrebnadzor noted that vaccination will help strengthen immunity.

At the end of December, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced that the authorities plan to lift restrictions on those who were vaccinated against the coronavirus. According to him, after vaccination, elderly Muscovites, students over 18 years old and citizens with chronic diseases will again be able to enjoy the right of reduced travel on public transport. Their social cards are automatically unlocked 14 days after receiving the second vaccine component.

Vaccination in Russia

At the beginning of December, civil vaccination against coronavirus started in Russia, and consignments of Sputnik V were delivered to all regions. In Moscow, for this, 70 points have been formed on the basis of urban adult clinics, they work daily from 8:00 to 20:00 seven days a week - including on New Year's holidays.

First of all, they began to vaccinate people from the main risk groups: doctors, teachers, social workers, later they added employees of the MFC, cultural institutions, trade and service enterprises, transport, energy, industry and the media, the construction complex, volunteers and university students, and colleges.

On January 4, an appointment for vaccination of employees of the banking and financial sectors, authorities and budgetary institutions will open in Moscow.

People over 18 years of age can be vaccinated if they do not have chronic diseases listed in the list of contraindications, they have not been vaccinated in the last 30 days and have not had ARVI. Vaccination is contraindicated for pregnant and breastfeeding women.

The latest data on the situation with COVID-19 in Russia and the world are presented on the stopkoronavirus.ru portal.

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