The media learned about the idea of ​​the Ministry of Industry and Trade to shift the timing of vaccination for business :: Business :: RBC

According to the source of the publication in the market, in Moscow and the region, only a few chains manage to fulfill the standard for vaccination of personnel, and in other regions and most of the companies the terms are noticeably shifting.

For example, about 20 doses were given to a large shopping center in Omsk, the meeting said. At the meeting, a representative of the Ministry of Health clarified that about 37 million doses have been released into civilian circulation, another 1.4 million are awaiting transit, but deliveries may be delayed a week, especially to regions remote from Moscow. The Ministry of Health did not provide a comment to the publication.

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The situation with vaccination was also assessed by retailers interviewed by the publication. X5 Retail Group (Pyaterochka, Perekrestok and Karusel) reported that the number of vaccinated employees “grows daily,” and their share varies greatly in different regions. The same was stated by the interlocutor of the edition in a large fast food chain, calling among the problems a high proportion of those employees who have been challenged for medical reasons. The network “Verny” noted that some of the workers would like to be vaccinated with a certain drug, which is not available. Rainbow Smile believes that meeting the vaccination requirement for 60% of its employees is “more realistic in the fall.”

Leroy Merlin reported that the share of vaccinated workers in Moscow and the region exceeded 60%, in the country – 50%. Metro has at least 50% of its staff vaccinated. At Sportmaster in Moscow, the first component was received by half of the employees, in the Moscow region – 47%. “But there may be questions about the calculation method,” – said the representative of the network.

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According to the sources of the publication, Rospotrebnadzor has not yet developed a unified approach to the registration of vaccinated persons and proposes to seek clarification from local authorities, which may complicate the process and, as a result, lead to the closure of stores. The department itself did not respond to the request of the publication.

RBC sent a request to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.


For the first time since spring, Moscow made it to the top five in vaccination

The Association of Retail Companies (AKORT, which includes X5 Group, Magnit, Auchan and Lenta) confirmed that the companies are faced with “a number of objective difficulties” that call into question the achievement of 60% by July 15. Despite the growth in vaccination rates, the process is slowing down “by the absence of employees due to vacations, a shortage of vaccines in a number of regions, interruptions in the supply of the drug to private clinics,” the AKORT noted. From June 15 to July 9, trade enterprises vaccinated more than 30% of workers on average, they added.

In some regions, vaccination points are overloaded or there is no opportunity to quickly make an appointment for vaccination, continued at AKORT. In this regard, the association considers it relevant to discuss the postponement of mandatory vaccinations or the introduction of a moratorium on fines for companies that have not reached 60% for objective reasons. Otherwise, businesses may face sanctions starting from July 15, up to suspension of activities for 90 days, Dmitry Gorbunov, partner of Rustam Kurmaev and Partners, told the publication.

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The Ministry of Industry and Trade told the publication that in recent weeks the rate of vaccination has increased six to seven times and on some days exceeds 800 thousand people per day. The production of vaccines, according to the department, reached the level of 30 million kits per month, and in a few months it can be increased to 45-40 million. In addition, the Ministry of Health and to cover the need where there is an abrupt increase in demand. “

Last week, food suppliers and retailers asked the Moscow mayor’s office to extend the mandatory vaccination period for employees by a month or postpone the introduction of fines, since 60% of employees do not have time to vaccinate. Addressing Mayor Sergei Sobyanin applied the Rusbrand association, which also represents Procter & Gamble, Nestle, Unilever and The Coca-Cola Company. In her letter it is said that the registration for vaccinations has stretched out until August, and “the number of available vaccines is significantly decreasing.”

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