More than 80 percent of Moscow’s education and healthcare workers have been vaccinated against coronavirus. This was announced by Sergei Sobyanin at a meeting of the Presidium of the Coordinating Council under the Government of Russia to combat the spread of coronavirus infection.

The capital plans to increase the pace of vaccination. Incentive programs will be continued for this purpose. Cars and cash prizes have already been raffled off among the vaccinated citizens.

In Moscow, you can get vaccinated against coronavirus infection for free. By appointment, they are accepted at vaccination centers on the basis of polyclinics, and without an appointment — at the points of work of visiting teams in popular public places. So, a large vaccination center has opened in GUM. Up to five thousand people a day can get vaccinated here.