The development of a vaccine against coronavirus has become a priority for the Russian healthcare system in the past year. In December 2020, on behalf of the Governor of the Moscow Region, Andrei Vorobyov, vaccination of residents began in the Moscow Region. You can sign up for the vaccination through the regional portal of public services uslugi.mosreg.ru or through a single call center by phone 8 (800) 550-50-30. The Volokolamsk Krai publication reports. To get a vaccine, you need to be over 18 years old, with you have a passport, compulsory medical insurance policy, SNILS. A paramedic will examine you in the treatment room. If there are no contraindications (some chronic diseases, pregnancy, hypersensitivity to the vaccine component, severe allergic reactions), you are not sick, have not had a coronavirus within the last 6 months, then you can get a vaccine. However, the final word rests with the examining physician. Previously, those wishing to be vaccinated had to bring the results of a blood test for the presence of antibodies or PCR. Research data is not required at this time. Vaccination consists of two stages. The second injection is given 21 days after the first. If during this time you become infected, then you will not be given a second vaccination. Those who have had covid can be immunized no earlier than six months after recovery.
How To Get Vaccinated Against Coronavirus In The Moscow Region?
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