Vaccination centers against coronavirus opened in several shopping malls in St. Petersburg, representatives of the Regional Ministry of Public Health announced.
Thus, four vaccination centers opened their doors for those wishing to receive vaccine against COVID-19 in "City Mall", "Nevsky Center", "Okhta Mall", "Europolis" and "Zhemchuzhnaya Plaza".
A special area with patient registration and examination was set up in the mall for the procedures.
The vaccination center at the Nevsky Center was opened in person by the Vice-Governor Oleg Ergashev, who noted that the center is not only a place for vaccination but also a visible promotional tool. He reminded that to be vaccinated for free you need to bring your passport, SNILS and OMI policy. Vaccinations are carried out on a first-come, first-served basis and an appointment will be organized later.