More than 500 thousand residents of the Moscow region were vaccinated against influenza

Since the beginning of the season, 537,000 people have been vaccinated against influenza in the Moscow Region, including almost 140,000 children. This was reported on Monday, September 19, on the website of the regional Ministry of Health.
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The Ministry recalled that it is possible to get vaccinated against influenza not only in clinics, but also in special mobile complexes.

According to the first deputy chairman of the government of the Moscow region Svetlana Strigunkova, mobile complexes go to the most passable places – near shopping centers, railway stations and bus stations, writes RT. More than 13,000 people took advantage of this opportunity, the Moskva city news agency notes.

In the Moscow region, the influenza vaccination campaign started on August 22.

Strigunkova noted that in total, according to the plan, the coverage of vaccinated residents will be about 4.5 million people, including 1 million children.

As the 360 ​​TV channel recalls, in order to be vaccinated in a mobile complex, you must have a passport and a compulsory medical insurance policy with you. The specialist will examine the patient and vaccinate if there are no contraindications. You can get vaccinated at the clinic by appointment. You can issue it on the regional portal of public services.

On September 15, infectious disease doctor Andrei Pozdnyakov told why you need to get vaccinated against the flu every year. According to him, due to the peculiarity of the virus, influenza vaccines are updated annually. Moreover, the effectiveness of the vaccine decreases by 6-10%, and after a year the vaccine no longer works, writes the website aif.ru.

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