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Discharge from hospitals is proposed after vaccination against COVID-19

Discharge from hospitals is proposed after vaccination against COVID-19
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Russian Minister of Health Mikhail Murashko proposed vaccinating Russians at risk when they are discharged from hospitals. However, the department clarified that we are talking about voluntary vaccination.

According to TASS, the priority of the vaccination campaign remains older people and patients from risk groups. As Murashko noted, these are also patients with cardiovascular diseases, diabetes mellitus. If the vaccine is offered to them before discharge from hospitals, then the process will be most comfortable. And three weeks after discharge, patients will be invited for re-vaccination.

Now, according to the minister, the situation with the incidence of coronavirus remains tense in Russia. And decisions should be made based on the situation in each specific region. However, vaccination should only be voluntary.

 

 

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