Moscow Domodedovo Airport is the First in Russia to Issue Certificates of Vaccination Against COVID-19
OREANDA-NEWS. Moscow's Domodedovo airport was the first among Russian airports to start issuing international certificates of vaccination against coronavirus, as the press service of the air harbor reports.
The official message says: "Moscow Domodedovo airport was the first among the airports in Russia to start issuing international certificates of vaccination against COVID-19."
As specified, the medical and sanitary part of the airport issues a conclusion to passengers who have been vaccinated and have a certificate in Russian.
A coronavirus vaccination station opened at Domodedovo in early February.
According to the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova, more than 6 thousand coronavirus vaccination points have been opened in Russia.
As the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov told reporters, the Kremlin expects that the rate of vaccination against coronavirus in Russia will accelerate, since in a couple of weeks three vaccines will be released into civilian circulation.
Earlier, the Kremlin said that they would not disclose which of the Russian vaccines against COVID Vladimir Putin would be inoculated, and would not show the process: they would have to take their word for it. The president announced his intention to be vaccinated against coronavirus on Tuesday the day before.