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Vaccination efforts against the coronavirus (Kovid-19), which has been the number one common agenda on our planet since the last days of 2019, are continuing at full speed.
To date, more than 2 billion Covid-19 vaccines have been administered worldwide. However, anti-vaccination continues to be an obstacle to this fight.
As discussions on the vaccine continue, Russia is set to sign a decision that will make a lot of talk in this area.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced that those who do not have the Kovid-19 vaccine may be barred from working, and stressed that such people will have limited work options.
Peskov made the following statements in a statement to reporters;
“The truth is that discrimination will inevitably begin. People without vaccines and immunity will not be able to work everywhere. It is not possible. Because they pose a threat to those around them.
KOVID’S ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED
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After the recent increase in coronavirus cases, new measures have been taken across the country, especially in Moscow. In this context, it was decided to continue the Kovid-19 measures in Moscow until June 29.
As a result, children’s play areas, places reserved for children in parks, catering sections in shopping malls and similar places will remain closed.
Not all restaurants, cafes, bars, nightclubs and other entertainment venues in Moscow will serve customers from 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. From today, activities will be organized on condition that they do not exceed a thousand people. On the other hand, theaters and cinemas will be able to continue their activities.
Vaccinated citizens carrying antibodies may be admitted to certain cafes and restaurants for testing. For this, citizens who have been vaccinated can use the barcode system (QR code).
WORK BEGUN IN ENGLAND
On the other hand, the United Kingdom is preparing to impose a vaccination obligation on the staff of the National Health Service (NHS) with the new rules on which his government is working.
According to the British press, if the government’s plan is passed, it could become a condition of employment in health care.
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