Russians will begin to issue new certificates of vaccination against COVID-19: Society: Russia: Lenta.ru
The Ministry of Health of Russia approved the formula for the vaccination certificate against coronavirus and the already transferred COVID-19, order appeared on the Internet portal of legal information.
New documents will begin to be issued after the order comes into force on November 8. Certificates issued before this number of services will automatically change on the state portal until March 1, 2022.
The certificate will contain information about the Russian who has been vaccinated: it will reflect the last name, first name, patronymic, date of birth, gender, address of residence and the date of registration of the document. There will be a QR code, data on vaccinations. Doctors will include in the document information about revaccination, the presence of medical contraindications and about a previous illness. The record is formed immediately in English no later than three calendar days after the immunization. It can be obtained on paper if desired.
Russian President Vladimir Putin believes that Russians who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 should be given two paid days off. He ordered to increase the coverage of tests for coronavirus and provide for the isolation of patients in the near future.
Alexander Gintsburg, director of the Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology, said that about 80 percent of COVID-19 patients in Russia who admit being vaccinated bought a document. According to him, it is possible to check whether a person has been vaccinated using a special analysis for the presence of drug markers.
Through such research by the medical profession of these markers, the defenders of these markers. He recalled that citizens who bought the certificates are infected with COVID-19 and are dying. According to scientists, after acquiring a phony certificate, people’s behavior and psychology change.
On Monday, October 25, Vladimir Novozhilov, the chief physician of the Ivano-Matreninskaya children’s clinical hospital in the Irkutsk region, expressed his attitude to unvaccinated Russians. According to the physician, “to live or die is everyone’s personal business.” He recalled that Russians are aware of the dangers of coronavirus and still refuse to be vaccinated. He advised such citizens not to occupy beds in hospitals.
The people of the country are in no hurry to blame those who buy fake vaccination certificates. According to a SuperJob poll, only 41 percent of those surveyed condemn such fraud. 32 percent of citizens saw nothing wrong with buying fake certificates.