According to the Russian Epidemic Prevention Headquarters on the 4th, 27,403 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Russia in the past 24 hours have been confirmed, with a total of 2,402,949 confirmed cases and 42,176 deaths. Moscow City began mass vaccination against the novel coronavirus on the 5th.
As the coronavirus epidemic continues to spread in Russia, the Russian capital Moscow began mass vaccination on the 5th. The electronic application system for vaccination of the Moscow Municipal Government was officially launched on the 4th, and the vaccination station was put into operation on the 5th.
According to the electronic application system for vaccination of the Moscow Municipal Government, the large-scale vaccination needs to be injected twice. Within three days of the first injection, try to avoid bathing, drinking and physical exercise, and the second injection is carried out three weeks after the first injection.
Before the second injection, the system will automatically send a text message reminder to the inoculation. The whole vaccination takes one hour, including a physical examination before vaccination, the preparation of vaccine thawing and 30 minutes of medical observation after vaccination. After completing the two doses of vaccination, the vaccinator will receive a certificate with the date, the name of the vaccine and the doctor’s signature.
On the 4th, Moscow Mayor Sobianin announced that in the first five hours of the opening of the electronic application system, 5,000 people, including teachers, doctors and social workers, signed up for vaccination.
Later that day, Russian media reported that the first batch of 1,897 people had completed the vaccination, including 1,262 doctors, 213 civil servants, 201 teachers and 9 social workers. According to the previous news released by the Russian health department, by January next year, Russia’s vaccine production will reach 5-6 million doses a month.