Compulsory vaccination against coronavirus is being introduced throughout Russia. Now there are 12 regions out of 85 in the list. The material will be updated.
Against the background of an increase in the incidence of COVID-19 in the Russian regions, in one form or another, compulsory vaccination began to be introduced – most often for employees in the service sectors, trade, health care, transport and culture, as well as officials. In many regions, at least 60% of all employees need to be vaccinated in a short time. On June 16, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov said that throughout Russia “there is still no compulsory vaccination.” This material will be updated as new information becomes available.
- Bashkortostan (60% of civil servants must be vaccinated by July 2);
- Kemerovo region (60% of workers in certain areas before August 17);
- Leningrad Region (80% of employees in certain areas before September 1);
- Moscow (60% of employees in certain areas before August 15);
- Moscow region (60% of employees in certain areas before August 15);
- Nenets Autonomous Okrug (60% of different categories of citizens, including people over 60);
- Nizhny Novgorod region (60% of workers in certain areas until August 25);
- St. Petersburg (65% of officials before August 15);
- Sakhalin Region (60% of employees in certain areas before September 1);
- Tver region (60% of workers in certain areas before August 18);
- Tula region (60% of employees in certain areas until August 15);
- Khabarovsk Territory ( shift workers and all civil servants in Khabarovsk ).
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