The first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine has reached the clinics in Moscow

Clinics No. 2, No. 220, and No. 62  located outside Moscow have received the first round of vaccine against the coronavirus epidemic. Moscow Deputy Mayor Anastasia Rakova told reporters. The news is of cards.

“Today, the Moscow Medical Institution trial received the first round of coronavirus vaccine for pre-registration,” he said. In this case, the clinic No. 2, No. 220, and No. 62 of the external department of the municipality will act as pioneers. The institute is fully prepared to start the testing activities. The work will start next week.

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The deputy mayor said the vaccines were kept in special freezers in a specifically favorable environment. From today, residents of Moscow will be able to take part in the test and get the vaccine first.

The clinical trial of the vaccine was approved by the Russian Ministry of Health. After administering the vaccine under this program, the experts will conduct screening activities to determine the possible side effects. Participants in the test will be monitored regularly for six months.

The deputy mayor added, “The Moscow government and the Gamaliya National Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology of the Russian Ministry of Healthcare invite residents of the capital to take part in the pre-registration of the vaccine against COVID-19.” 40,000 people are being invited under this program. The vaccine is being given free of cost. ‘

For women to participate in the program, the results of the pregnancy test must be negative and the men who are going to take part in it cannot try to give birth for the next three months.

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