Sign up to get vaccinated
ITMO staff and students (including international students who have their SNILS) can get vaccinated at Kronverksky Pr. 49, room 205, and at Lomonosova St. 9, room 2213.
* New vaccination appointments will become available on a regular basis.
Sign up to get vaccinated:
To sign up for your vaccination appointment, go to ISU / Личный кабинет (Personal page) / Административные сервисы (Administrative services) / Электронная очередь (Digital queue) and fill in the application form.
Should bring the following documents to the appointment:
International citizens should bring the following documents to the appointment:
You can only choose Sputnik Lite if it's listed as available in the appointment you are signing up for.
For citizens of the Russian Federation:
To be vaccinated, you need to:
You can also get vaccinated in the mall:
Pre-registration for vaccination at the mall is not required.
You must have:
For foreign citizens:
If you are an international student and want to receive the Sputnik-V vaccine, you need to:
The appointment requires the following documents:
If you have an Individual insurance account number (SNILS), you can be vaccinated at any health center in the city, at vaccination points in the shopping centers, and at ITMO University when the vaccination takes place.
To obtain an Individual insurance account number (SNILS) you need to bring copies of the following documents to the Student Services Office:
If you got vaccinated in Russia (with Sputnik V, Sputnik Light, CoviVac vaccines) you need to register with the Unified Portal of State and Municipal Services (Госуслуги) to receive your QR code. You can do this in person at any service centre (МФЦ).
If, after registering on the portal, the vaccination QR code is fill not available to you, then you should contact the health care provider where you were vaccinated with a request to update your data.
According to Order No. 3 dated October 12, 2021, of St. Petersburg’s Chief Public Health Officer and the Letter from the Russian Ministry of Health N 30-4/И/2-13481 dated August 24, 2021, you can receive a medical exemption from COVID-19 vaccination from your physician.
The exemption certificate will be issued by a medical committee from the institution where you receive treatment for the condition that is your contraindication to vaccination.
Who can receive an exemption?
The vaccination exemption certificate should include:
For more information on getting vaccinated in St. Petersburg, visit the website of the City Center for Medical Prevention (in Russian).