Kazan residents will be able to get a flu shot at subway stations

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Tatarstan first launched the campaign, under which any resident of Kazan free-of-charge get a flu shot right on the way to or from work — outside metro stations from Friday installed mobile of the vaccination on the first day of vaccinations done almost 560 people, according to the Ministry of health of the Republic.

«In the capital of Tatarstan to protect yourself from the flu is now possible, without departing from the metro. Today near the subway stations have started mobile of the vaccination. Flu shot doing in a few minutes», — stated in the message.

According to the Ministry of health, mobile of the vaccination will act on 15 October about the busiest metro stations: «Prospekt Pobedy», «Kozya Sloboda», «Yashlek», «Aircraft». To be vaccinated, you can also every day, except Monday, in the territory of the agro-industrial Park «Kazan», where traditionally, the weekend rush the townspeople for food.

Before the procedure the doctor-the therapist checks the contraindications for vaccination, in particular measures pressure and temperature. For measurement of the temperature requires just a couple seconds — the measurement is performed with a special device, which detects the temperature at a distance. All get vaccinated a certificate of vaccination.

To inoculate, it is necessary to take the passport and the policy of obligatory medical insurance.

«Today, flu vaccine in specialized mobile vaccination points at subway stations in Kazan have made 559. Most of the residents caught in the points at the metro stations «Kozya Sloboda» (167) and «Prospekt Pobedy» (151 people)», — said the Ministry.

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