Ten apartments will compete among Muscovites vaccinated against coronavirus. About this on the air of the TVC channel reported mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin.
He announced that the draw will begin next week and run for five weeks.
Sobyanin also promised that vaccinated Muscovites over 65 years old, if they so wish, would be paid 10 thousand rubles each instead of gift sets “Taking care of health.” To receive money, residents of the capital over 65 years old who have been vaccinated against coronavirus with at least one component of the vaccine should apply to any city social service center. You need to have a passport with you, as well as certificates of vaccination and a gift set.
Earlier, the mayor of the capital has already said that the Moscow authorities want to renew the incentive system for those who were vaccinated against COVID-19. At the presidium of the government’s coordinating council for the fight against coronavirus, he said that the drawing of prizes for the vaccinated increased the rate of vaccination in Moscow. “She [практика] showed good results and the interest of the population in the fact that not only cash prizes are raffled off, but also such serious things as apartments. We will try to provide such incentives, ”Sobyanin said.
The mayor noted that the current autumn wave of coronavirus in the capital is quite difficult and with high dynamics. According to him, in recent weeks, the increase in the incidence rate was 20-30 percent, and this figure is not decreasing. In addition, only a third of the elderly have taken root in the city, and this has become a major problem. “God himself ordered them to do it,” the mayor added.
At the same time, the city will continue to develop, even despite the pandemic, Sobyanin assured. “In general, the city has adapted, and we understand that this will not stop us,” he concluded.
In the same interview, Sobyanin said that this year all social payments to Muscovites will be indexed. According to him, the Moscow authorities sometimes have to listen to criticism that earlier “social payments were steep, but now they are gone.” The head of the city stressed that since 2010 the volume of social payments in Moscow has increased by almost a third. “This year we will also index all social payments and benefits,” he promised.
In addition, the mayor assured that in 2022 the minimum pension for residents of the capital will be increased to “more than 21 thousand rubles.” He clarified that the funds for this had already been allocated to the city budget. Earlier, Sobyanin increased the living wage for Moscow residents from January 1, 2022. Starting from the new year, it will amount to 18,714 rubles per capita.