The official claimed that by February 10, doctors will have tested the immunological prophylaxis module, which is available in their medical information systems. Meanwhile, a website will be launched for the purpose of public information about immunological prophylaxis. People will be able to sign up for vaccination using this site.
"At the same time, we develop and launch this communication campaign, and we will be informing people, telling them about specific days when people from specific risk groups can sign up and get inoculated. They will know where they can be vaccinated, and who will be performing these inoculations. There will be three mechanisms of doing so: you can sign up [via the website], or visit family doctor, or get the invitation via a phone call from the Centre of First Medical and Sanitary Aid", Lyashko said.