The Ministry of Health of Ukraine told how Ukrainians from the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions and Crimea can be vaccinated. The algorithm of actions was published on the website of the Ministry of Health.
Thus, according to the ministry, Ukrainians living in the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk, Luhansk regions and Crimea can be vaccinated against coronavirus at any of the vaccination points and mass vaccination centers in the government-controlled territory of Ukraine.
At the same time, in order to cross the demarcation line from the temporarily occupied territories and get vaccinated, you do not need to go through self-isolation. To do this, you must receive an invitation for vaccination with a unique identifier.
"To receive an invitation, sign up for an inoculation at one of the population vaccination centers and vaccination points located in government-controlled territory," the Ministry of Health explained.
Citizens from the temporarily occupied territories will need to inform where are they from (specifying that it is now temporarily occupied), indicate the data and choose the most convenient vaccination point or vaccination center. After that, the operator will sign up for vaccination and send an SMS message with a unique identifier or an email. This identifier will need to be provided when crossing the checkpoint.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization is not recommending a third dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
During the briefing, the head of the Ministry of Health was asked whether it would be necessary to be vaccinated with a booster dose of the vaccine after the expiration of the Covid certificate in order to renew it. To which Lyashko replied that so far WHO does not recommend being vaccinated with a third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.