“People of the theater have fully felt the brunt of the pandemic. The interruption in work and the current partial load is a trifle in comparison with the fact that over the past year we have lost and continue to lose our friends and colleagues. Sad news does not allow us to forget for a day. that coronavirus is deadly. Now the only means on which science is pinning its hopes in terms of ending the pandemic is a large-scale vaccination. This means that theaters will do their best to contribute to this. I support this decision and hope that with joint efforts the pandemic will be defeated as soon as possible. “, – said Evgeny Gerasimov.
According to the deputy, the city’s goal is to reach the maximum number of vaccinated residents as quickly as possible.
“After a while, those who received the vaccine practically drop out of the chain of the spread of the virus, and this gives the chance to knock down the wave of morbidity in the coming months,” the parliamentarian said.
Evgeny Gerasimov added that vaccination in public buildings and structures is already being carried out in many countries of the world.
“For example, in the UK, seven vaccination sites against COVID-19 have been opened at once at football stadiums and racetracks in London, Bristol, Newcastle and Manchester. Their capacity will be several thousand people per week. In Berlin, six vaccination sites have been opened at the former Tegel and Tempelhof airports. In Italy, vaccination pavilions are under construction – up to 1,500 of them are planned to be built throughout the country. In addition, in most countries where vaccinations are carried out, mobile stations are also operating. against the coronavirus has become a network of city polyclinics that has survived from Soviet times and is successfully developing, “concluded Yevgeny Gerasimov.
Earlier it was reported that the artistic directors of Helikon-Opera Dmitry Bertman and the Pushkin Theater Yevgeny Pisarev took the initiative to open coronavirus vaccination points relative to the theaters entrusted to them. An example for Moscow theatergoers was, first of all, the Mikhailovsky Theater in St. Petersburg: there is already a coronavirus vaccination station there.
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