Mishustin promised to think about issuing QR codes to those who have suffered a mild coronavirus

by time news

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin promised to consider a proposal to issue QR codes to citizens who have had a mild coronavirus and have not gone to medical institutions. He said this during a meeting of the Presidium of the Coordination Council for the fight against coronavirus.

The corresponding proposal was voiced at the meeting by the Governor of the Amur Region Vasily Orlov.

“Many citizens have had a mild illness, did not go to medical institutions and today have a high titer of antibodies … are not vaccinated, and so that through the “State Services” these citizens can also receive a QR code, “- said the head of the Amur region on the air of the TV channel” Russia 24 “.

Such a measure would reduce the negative and public outcry on the topic of vaccination, as well as relieve the health care system, Orlov said.

“We will think over these proposals,” Mishustin answered him.

On November 23, Kamchatka began issuing certificates of the presence of antibodies to coronavirus. The governor of the region, Vladimir Solodov, said that many people had had coronavirus and did not go to the doctor, but they should have access to all services without restrictions.

Earlier, the chairman of the St. Petersburg Health Committee, Dmitry Lisovets, said that city residents who had had COVID-19 but did not go to a doctor would be able to receive QR codes to visit public places.

The chief freelance infectious disease specialist of the Ministry of Health, Vladimir Chulanov, did not support such an initiative and recalled that the World Health Organization does not support it either. Those who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 are considered to be ill, he added. The State Duma proposed creating a register of Russians who have antibodies to coronavirus, but who have not consulted a doctor or have been asymptomatic. It is proposed to issue QR codes to such people for six months.

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