On 26 April, the list of places in Moscow where you can be vaccinated against coronavirus without an appointment has been expanded. A waiting list for vaccinations is now available at the EuroPark multifunctional shopping mall on Rublyovskoye Shosse, the Leroy Merlin construction hypermarket on Kievskoye Shosse and the Globus hypermarket near Medvedkovo metro station.
All of these outlets have visiting medical teams from the city's polyclinics. As at other vaccination centres, all anti-epidemiological measures are taken here. Vaccinations are free of charge.
Those who wish to be vaccinated have to present their passport, MHI policy and SNILS. After completing the documents necessary for the procedure, Muscovites will undergo a preliminary examination by a doctor and only after the doctors' approval they will be vaccinated. The vaccination will take no more than forty minutes.
On 20 April, the COVID-19 vaccination point started working in TSUM.
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