The vaccination campaign against influenza, which started in the Ramensky district of the Moscow region on September 6, will end on November 30. During this time, 131,692 people plan to inculcate in the municipality, that is, 45% of the district’s population, the municipal administration’s press service reports. It is noted that, as of October 8, only 59,146 people (44.9% of the plan) were vaccinated, of which 13,445 people are children. Vaccination at the Ramenskaya Central Regional Hospital is carried out by the domestic vaccine Sovigripp, which contains influenza A (H1N1 – “swine”) viruses and H3N2), and influenza B (Colorado). The vaccine is well tolerated, immunity to vaccine strains of the virus is produced within 2 weeks, so the sooner the population gets vaccinated, the more effective it will be. By October 8, 844200 doses of vaccine were received in Ramensky CDR – 6% of the plan. may be vaccinated at this point, you only need to have a passport. In the outpatient clinics of the district (polyclinics, outpatient clinics and FAPs), prior registration is not required for vaccination. Vaccination is carried out not only on weekdays, but also on Saturdays from 8-00 to 14-00.