On Wednesday, January 13, an appointment for vaccination for new population groups opens in Moscow, according to the website of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.
Employees in research and development, information technology, telecommunications and communications, real estate, hospitality and tourism can now be vaccinated. In addition, vaccination enrollment is open to public service employees from private and non-profit organizations.
On January 14, an additional three dozen vaccination stations will begin work, the total number of places where you can get vaccinated will reach 100.
Registration for free vaccinations is open on the mos.ru portal.
Previously, workers in health care, education, law enforcement officials, energy and industry, transport, public catering and housing and communal services, athletes, cultural workers, and journalists had the right to be vaccinated.
According to mayor Sergei Sobyanin, the authorities expect to vaccinate up to 7 million people; by the end of 2020, 50 thousand people were vaccinated in Moscow. Of those who have already been vaccinated, 42% are residents over 60 years old.