Domodedovo Airport started to issue vaccination passports according to the WHO standards


Domodedovo Airport began to issue vaccination passports by the standards of the World Health Organization (WHO), said the press service of the airport. 

It is noted that to get the documents one will have to go to the medical center in person, present a certificate of vaccination registered on the public services portal of the Russian Federation, as well as the Russian and foreign passports. As specified, in March the airport was the first Russian airport to provide international certificates of vaccination against COVID-19 in Russian, English, German and French. The press service explained that citizens can also receive a new type of document - a vaccination passport, which is filled out in Russian and English, at the Domodedovo medical and sanitary unit.


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