Another 4,612 people in Moscow have recovered from COVID-19 over the past day. This was announced on Sunday, January 17, at the capital’s operational headquarters for control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus.
Thus, the total number of people recovered in the capital is 739,340 people.
Recovered Muscovites can become blood plasma donors in the absence of chronic diseases. The potential donor must also have negative tests for HIV, hepatitis B and C.
On December 5, vaccination against COVID-19 started in Moscow. You can sign up for vaccinations on the mos.ru and emias.info portals, in the city mobile applications “Moscow State Services”, “My Moscow” and “EMIAS.INFO”, through information kiosks in clinics or by phone.
It is proposed to vaccinate with the Russian drug “Sputnik V”, which was developed at the Gamaleya Center and became the first vaccine against coronavirus in the Russian Federation and the world. It was registered on August 11.
On January 15, the deputy mayor of the capital for social development Anastasia Rakova said that Muscovites no longer need to provide a certificate from their place of work to get vaccinated against coronavirus, it is enough to name the sphere of employment.
In addition, on January 20, exit points for COVID-19 vaccination will open in the city. The first six of them will work in the My Documents flagship office of the Central Administrative District, GUM, Helikon-Opera, Depo food mall and several shopping centers.
On January 14, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin urged city residents not to postpone the decision to vaccinate against coronavirus, so that herd immunity would form as soon as possible and the city would quickly return to normal life.
All relevant information on the situation with the coronavirus is available on the websites of stopcoronavirus.rf and accessvsem.rf, as well as by the hashtag #WeVotte. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.