In Yekaterinburg, at GKB 14, the mass vaccination of citizens from COVID-19 has been suspended. On January 11, Uralinformburo was told about this by residents of the Ural capital, who did not have enough of the drug.
However, the medical institution itself assures that this break will not be long - tomorrow, January 12, with a high degree of probability, the drug will go to the medical institution. The interlocutor of the agency added that at the moment at least 500 people from among the ordinary residents of the city have received the vaccine in the hospital. Many of them left an application for vaccination on the institution's website, Uralinformburo reports.
The announcement of the start of a large-scale vaccination campaign was also posted on the GKB 14 Instagram account. The publication emphasizes that you can arrive without waiting for a call from the hospital staff.
The fact that the Sverdlovsk region received another 6,750 doses of the Sputnik V vaccine was reported in the operational headquarters of the region.
"First of all, along with doctors, workers in the education sector will be vaccinated. This issue now, when all schoolchildren in the Sverdlovsk region have returned from the distant at their desks, has acquired particular relevance," they noted.
In the 14th hospital, where one of the first began to vaccinate against COVID-19 to everyone, and not just people from priority groups, they promise that they will accept everyone on a first-come, first-served basis, regardless of the area of residence.
It is worth noting that at the same time, a record is being made for vaccination through line 122. However, according to local residents, they are told there that they should wait for an invitation only in a couple of months.
The press service of the Ministry of Health of the Sverdlovsk Region added that in the near future mass vaccination of citizens will begin in other hospitals in Yekaterinburg. It is known, for example, that the lists are already being drawn up in the Central City Hospital 3. In the meantime, many residents of the capital of the Urals are told in polyclinics that the drug is not available.
"You can find out about the working hours of vaccine prevention rooms on the websites of medical institutions," said the press secretary of the department, Konstantin Shestakov.