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Moscow declares non-working week after COVID surge

Christian Fernsby |
In Moscow, the days from June 15 to 19 are declared non-working in order to reduce the number of cases of coronavirus.

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In the capital, the days from June 15 to 19 are declared non-working with the preservation of wages. New restrictions are being introduced to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In this regard, the schedule of some social institutions has been changed.

All city clinics, hospitals, medical facilities, as well as kindergartens will work as usual. The EEG campaign will also continue. The city's institutions of additional education will suspend their activities.

From June 15 to June 19, my Documents Centers will receive visitors in a new format. Most public services will be available only by appointment.

Services such as birth registration, marriage, passport registration, issuance of a Muscovite card, OMS policy are available for applicants without prior registration. The full list of services that can be obtained in the previous mode can be found on the site. It will be possible to pick up the finished document in the reception windows of the state services centers without prior recording.

For the rest of the services there is a pre-recording for mos.ru. The applicant, who is going to come to the center for the service, must make an appointment on his account on the portal. Citizens are asked to come to the centers at the appointed time. If you are late, the administrator will not be able to issue a ticket to receive the service.

Applicants who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 can use all the services of the centres without prior registration. To process the documents, you must show the administrator a certificate of vaccination against the coronavirus or the certificate code of the certificate.

In six flagship offices and the yasenevo district public services center, there are visiting teams for vaccination against coronavirus infection. Vaccination is carried out without prior registration. In the offices of "My Documents" it is necessary to observe the mask-pepper mode. At the entrance, employees measure the temperature.

Social service centres, family and child support institutions, My Work and My Career centres will not be open from June 15 to 20. At the same time, they will continue to provide vital services to Muscovites.

Social workers will continue to help citizens who are on home service, including on one-time applications of citizens over 65 years and people with chronic diseases, who are recommended self-isolation.

From June 15 to 19, the capital's colleges and the Moscow City Teachers' University will go online, including during the session. Students will take remote exams that do not require a full-time presence. All sanitary and epidemiological requirements will be observed in full-time exams in the educational organization.


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