Deputy Mayor Rakov: 1.4 million elderly Muscovites were vaccinated against COVID-19
In Moscow, 1.4 million elderly residents were vaccinated against COVID -19. This number was named by the deputy mayor of the capital for social development Anastasia Rakova, reports on Monday, December 6, TASS.
Muscovites over 60 were vaccinated with at least one component of the coronavirus vaccine, the deputy mayor specified.
In addition, according to Rakova, over 5.7 million people in Moscow were vaccinated against COVID-19.
More than 680 thousand residents of the Russian capital decided to re-vaccinate. The deputy mayor advised all residents of Moscow to get vaccinated. Especially, in her opinion, people at risk should take care of their health.
Earlier, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced the stabilization of the situation with the coronavirus. Over the past week, the number of hospitalizations of patients and the detection rate of cases of infection in the capital have not changed, the mayor explained.
Sobyanin stressed that two more COVID hospitals in Moscow will provide citizens with routine care.