In the Urals, a train was launched to vaccinate against coronavirus, “vaccination” stations appeared on the railway, “REN TV reported on April 15.
From the Chelyabinsk platform on a trip to the Urals, the “Train of health” left. His carriage was converted into a vaccination room. There is a constant surface treatment, disinfection with bactericidal lamps, and air purification.
“The most important thing is vaccine storage. Everything is provided in this carriage to carry out all medical measures, “commented the head of the Chelyabinsk Ministry of Health Yuri Semenov.
The capacity of the inoculation carriage is 30 people per hour; in three days, the train will make ten stops in cities and towns.
The vaccine is delivered to hard-to-reach places and by ambulance trucks. Every day their number in the regions is increasing.
On the eve of the mobile vaccination stations began to work in the main squares of Yevpatoria, Kerch and Dzhankoy. A similar point on April 13 began work in Simferopol.
As it became known earlier on Thursday, the number of Moscow residents who received the first component of the COVID-19 vaccine exceeded 1 million people. Mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin urged residents of the city not to postpone vaccination, which will provide protection against COVID-19. On April 13, the deputy mayor of the capital for social development Anastasia Rakova said that a number of Muscovites would be able to get vaccinated against coronavirus at home.
A large-scale vaccination of the population against COVID-19 is underway in Russia, it began on January 18. Anyone can get vaccinated for free. Three vaccines are registered and approved for use in the country: “Sputnik V” – the world’s first vaccine against coronavirus, “EpiVacCorona” and “CoviVac”.