As reported in the Rospotrebnadzor regional office, about 2.5 million of St. Petersburg, which is almost 50% of the city's population, have already been vaccinated against influenza.
Today, according to the ministry, the incidence of influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections in the northern capital is not at epidemic level. Experts recommend that all residents of St. Petersburg have time to vaccinate before the start of the epidemic.
"If there are signs of illness, it is necessary to stay at home to cure and prevent further infection, and at 38-39 ° C, immediately call your local doctor or ambulance brigade", recalls Rospotrebnadzor.
In the meantime, more than 2,000 employees of St. Petersburg have already received flu vaccination.