With cases on the rise in Moscow and doctors in short supply, the HSE University administration has managed to preserve the opportunity for staff and students to get vaccinated on campus. HSE is the only university in Moscow where you can get vaccinated. Moreover, free vaccination at HSE University is the easiest way to get vaccinated for international staff and students. In other cases, those who want to be vaccinated can do it in the ‘Healthy Moscow’ pavilions and city clinics.
The team of doctors will remain at HSE for convenient vaccination of employees and students if at least 150-160 people a day register to get vaccinated. If this target daily rate is not met, the Moscow Healthcare Department will reassign the medical team to other sites.
A target rate has been prescribed due to the fact that the demand for vaccination is now obviously increased, and in order to avoid shortages of specialists and unmanageable workloads, the teams are distributed evenly throughout the city sites. If the medical team leaves HSE for other sites, employees will have to get vaccinated on their own in the ‘Healthy Moscow’ pavilions, city clinics, and so on. Foreign citizens can't get vaccinated in those places and HSE University is the only location where they can get free shots. Please note that you must get your first shot by July 15.
In order to meet the target rate, the University has extended the vaccination hours: starting from Tuesday, the office will be open from 09:00 to 21:00.
If you have not yet been vaccinated, please complete the online registration form.
The Mayor of Moscow signed the decree on mandatory vaccination of employees in certain spheres, including education. However, not only employees, but also students can be vaccinated on campus. In the near future, the University will also make a number of decisions regarding the admission of unvaccinated students to on-site study in the new academic year. HSE Rector Yaroslav Kuzmonov has made a personal appeal to HSE staff and students to get vaccinated.
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