Vaccinated residents of Sakhalin will be given badges and allowed not to wear masks :: Society :: RBC

The island’s authorities have also announced plans to create “green zones”. This status will be received by organizations and enterprises, all employees of which will be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Valery Limarenko

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Residents of Sakhalin who received a vaccine against the coronavirus COVID-19 will be given special badges: they will allow them not to wear medical masks. About it stated Governor Valery Limarenko on Telegram.

“For people who will be vaccinated, we will offer a badge – a special document that they can wear instead of a mask. On this occasion, a special announcement will be made by Rospotrebnadzor, ”the head of the region explained.

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In addition, the Sakhalin authorities are planning to create whole “green zones” – organizations, enterprises, institutions (for example, universities), which will completely vaccinate and declare safe from an epidemic point of view.

Mass vaccination in Sakhalin will begin on January 15, more than 9 thousand doses of the Russian Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine will be delivered to the region. In total, the regional authorities expect to receive about 20 thousand doses per month. “We will send the vaccine to each municipality. The procedure for making an appointment for vaccination is as accessible as possible, you can make an appointment at the clinic or through the “State Services”, – said the governor.


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