In the Vladimir Region, the Coverage of Compulsory Vaccination Increased to 80%

Compulsory vaccinations are indicated for certain categories of workers

In the Vladimir region the plan for the share of vaccinated citizens among certain categories of workers was raised from 60% to 80%. A decree to this effect was signed on October 18 by Tatiana Danilova, the region’s chief sanitary inspector. According to the decree, the new rate should be achieved by December 13, 2021, with the first component of the vaccine received by November 15, at the latest.

The list of citizens subject to the new decree includes workers:

  • Education;
  • catering;
  • Retail, pharmaceutical, delivery and courier services;
  • customer service departments of financial institutions;
  • post offices;
  • public transport and cab services;
  • Housing and power utilities;
  • beauty salons, hairdressing salons, massage spas, tanning salons, baths and saunas;
  • Sports facilities, fitness clubs, swimming pools;
  • theaters, cinemas, concert halls;
  • museums, libraries;
  • industrial plants;

Also mandatory vaccinations are shown to:

  • State and municipal officials and civil servants;
  • Law enforcement officials;
  • Students over the age of 18.

Heads of enterprises and institutions where citizens on the mandatory list work or study are instructed to organize vaccination with the first component of the vaccine by November 15, as well as to conduct information and explanatory work, drawing attention to the need for vaccination.

It is stated separately in the decree of the region’s chief sanitary doctor that the requirements for mandatory vaccination do not apply to citizens who have a medical exemption from vaccination. Information about the vaccination campaign will be collected by the structures of the regional administration.

The Acting Governor Alexander Avdeev earlier announced tightening of anti-vaccination measures, among which an important place will be taken by increasing the rate of vaccination. Vladimir region is one of the least vaccinated regions of Russia. Tatyana Danilova, head of the regional Rospotrebnadzor (sanitary agency), also explained the introduction of the requirement for 80% vaccination by the complex and worsening epidemiological situation in the region.

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