Unfortunately, we are facing another deterioration in the coronavirus situation in Moscow. What should we do, as responsible people?
Anyone who has not had COVID-19 or had it three or more months ago should get vaccinated. It is especially easy for those who live in Moscow – people can receive a vaccine in parks, hospitals, Moscow Health Pavilions, and even shopping centers.
I fell ill when there was no vaccine around and got vaccinated shortly after it became available to the public. My choice is Sputnik V. Back in February, The Lancet, a reputable medical journal, published the results of the Sputnik V study: its efficacy was 91,6%, and the lessening of disease severity in moderate and severe COVID-19 cases was 100%!
Over 87% of our personnel are vaccinated or have antibodies and plan to get vaccinated in the near future. Additionally, we test our personnel for COVID-19 every ten days.
It is vital to take certain safety measures, like wearing masks in public places, washing your hands carefully and using hand sanitizers.
Attention! Wearing masks is mandatory for all patients and those accompanying them (pursuant to Decree of the Mayor of Moscow No. 92-UM dated August 09, 2020). If the visitors refuse to wear a mask or undergo a temperature check, we will be forced to cancel their appointment.
Please stay safe and we will take care of your health!