If you have Russian compulsory health insurance:
Compulsory health insurance (also known as OMS) is issued to foreign nationals only if they have a Russian passport, temporary residence permit, or permanent residence permit. Please do not confuse it with privately purchased medical insurance, or DMS.
1. Prepare the following documents:
- compulsory health insurance
- pension insurance certificate, also known as SNILS (issued by a local Pension Fund Office)
If you do not have compulsory health insurance:
Foreign nationals who do not have compulsory health insurance can be vaccinated with one-component Sputnik Light vaccine. Information about vaccination sites in Moscow can be found at mos.ru website.
Sputnik Light vaccination costs 1300 RUB.
Prepare the following documents:
- international passport
- Russian visa
- pension insurance certificate, also known as SNILS (if applicable)
- vaccination contract (can be filled in on site)
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get a QR code?
You can obtain a digital certificate online at https://immune.mos.ru/ only after receiving the final dose of vaccine, taking a PCR test, or recovering from COVID-19 in Russia.
A QR-code is required to visit the theatre and museum, go to a concert or any public event with over 500 people (please check the entrance rules beforehand). Your QR code confirms that you are vaccinated agaist COVID-19. We recommend you to save it on your phone or print it out.
If you cannot get your QR-code, contact the technical support of mos.ru, describe your problem and attach a copy of the vaccination certificate. You can also contact the vaccination site where you were vaccinated.
Vaccination is not recommended to:
- participants in clinical trials
- people with acute respiratory infections
- people with acute chronic illness
- those who had any vaccination within the last 30 days