The increase in the incidence of coronavirus infection COVID-19 in Moscow is caused by a whole range of reasons, but above all the arrival of a new strain.
In the Moscow region, following Moscow, they announced the mandatory vaccination of certain categories of citizens.
The press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov said that the Kremlin is dissatisfied with the pace of vaccination against coronavirus.
The vaccination station will open in the multifunctional complex "Sun of Moscow", part of which will be the highest Ferris wheel in Europe.
The issue of vaccination of foreigners against coronavirus will be resolved in the near future, it is under consideration by the government.
Earlier, the Council of the European Union outlined the rules for crossing the border of the European Union.
At the same time, restrictions on entry to Israel remain in place for a number of countries.
The Ministers of Health of the Federal Republic of Germany will discuss the fight against corruption schemes in the provision of services for the detection of coronavirus by test centers.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that he had discussed with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin the issue of helping foreign citizens wishing to be vaccinated against the coronavirus with Sputnik V.
Vaccination against coronavirus should be voluntary, and the trust of every patient in vaccines should be the key. This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Health of Russia Sergei Glagolev.
According to Moscow Mayor, the proportion of those vaccinated against COVID in Moscow is several times less than in any European city, despite the fact that the city has organized a large-scale free vaccination and offers bonuses.
According to Dmitry Medvedev, vaccination against coronavirus in Russia may turn from voluntary into mandatory.
The Games will draw off the country's medical resources, which are needed to fight the coronavirus, according to the authors of the petition.
According to the results of a survey by the «Infratest Dimap» institute, 65 percent of Germans are dissatisfied with the communication regarding anti-epidemic measures.
According to the authorities, the condition of 18 children and three adults injured in the shooting at a Kazan school on Tuesday did not change by Wednesday morning.