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Moscow opens vaccination of labor migrants

28.06.2021 116 просмотров

Vaccination is carried out with a one-component vaccine "Sputnik Light".

On June 27, the multifunctional migration center in the village of Sakharovo began vaccinating labor migrants against COVID-19. You can get vaccinated with a single-component vaccine "Sputnik Light", developed at the National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology named after N.F. Gamaleya.

“This may be a less effective vaccination than Sputnik V, nevertheless it has its positive effect in any case,” Sergey Sobyanin noted during his visit center. - Migrants have a fairly dynamic potential for movement across the border, between teams, in regions, and so on, and it is quite difficult to ensure a normal vaccination cycle. “Sputnik Light” has an immediate effect, and those who are supposed to be vaccinated fairly quickly.”

Vaccination of migrants begins in a pilot mode, at the request of employers that fall under the requirements of the decree of the chief state sanitary doctor of Moscow. < br>
As the mechanism is worked out, the possibility of vaccination will be extended to other groups of foreign citizens, including the self-employed.

All epidemiological safety rules are observed at the vaccination point: special markings are applied, freezers for storing vaccines are installed. In addition, the separation of visitor flows is provided. You can get vaccinated from 09:00 to 21:00.

On June 29, another vaccination point for labor migrants will open in the capital. It will be located on the territory of the Sadovod shopping center at the address: Upper Fields Street, 54, building 15. The point will be open from 08:00 to 20:00 and will be able to receive more than two thousand visitors a day. Three doctors and 16 nurses will work there (employees of city polyclinics No. 9, 19 and 109). In addition, visitors will be served by 16 specialists from the My Documents public service centers and four administrators.

How to get vaccinated for labor migrants

The date of vaccination is assigned to the employee after consideration of the employer's application . Before agreeing the time, it is necessary to transfer to the administrator the lists of employees to be vaccinated. The lists must contain the name of the organization, last name, first name, patronymic, date of birth and passport details of each employee, as well as the type of document that is the basis for vaccination. This may be a patent for employment, a residence permit or a temporary residence permit (except for migrants from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan).

“In the first 10 days, we will implement this in a test mode at the request of employers in such a way that labor collectives could independently come and organize the vaccination of their employees. In the future, of course, we will simplify this scheme and expand it to make vaccination more accessible to most groups of labor migrants and those migrants who have been in Moscow for quite a long time,” Sergey Sobyanin added.

Before vaccination, visitors must undergo an examination by a doctor. If there are no contraindications, the nurse vaccinates.

Vaccination services are paid for by the employer, who also receives employee certificates. The cost of services is 1,300 rubles per employee.

The Mayor of Moscow also urged all Muscovites to take care of themselves and not delay vaccination.

“I repeat once again: it is obvious that we are dealing with a new strain, more contagious and have a higher chance of death. As you can see, the consequences are severe. So I ask everyone to take care of yourself. And of course, get vaccinated as soon as possible,” he said.

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