Rospotrebnadzor provided AEB with explanations on compulsory vaccination of 60% of employees in the Moscow Region


The Office of Rospotrebnadzor for the Moscow region provided AEB with explanations on the decree of the Chief State Sanitary Inspector for the Moscow region regarding compulsory vaccination of 60% of employees. 

According to the document:

- the main categories of citizens who have high level of epidemiological contacts in their activities and are involved in the chain of virus transmission have been set. These fields of activity are defined irrespective of the All-Russian Classifier of Types of Economic Activity (OKVED), but solely on the basis of the activity carried out;

- preventive vaccination against a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) is required for those working in any type of trade. This principle is also applicable to other areas of activity named in the Decree (see article 1.1 of the Decree);

- 60% of vaccinated employees also include vaccinated employees on remote work, maternity leave, foreign citizens, and all those whose duties do not include face-to-face contact;

- the procedure and deadlines for issuing vaccination certificates and the procedure for vaccinating persons who have antibodies should be clarified at healthcare centres;

- information on vaccination procedures for foreign nationals can also be requested at healthcare centres.

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