An excellent meeting of the Council of Rector’s of Medical and Pharmaceutical Higher Educational Institutions was held on July 1st, 2021, in a remote format. The participants were some of the most recognised names like the Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Mikhail Albertovich Murashko and the Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Tatyana Vladimirovna Semenova was attended by the rector of Kursk State Medical University, Professor Viktor Anatolyevich Lazarenko.
The Minister of Health of the Russian Federation, Mr Murashko addressed the rectors of the medical and pharmaceutical higher educational institutions with information and knowledge about the advance in morbidity and mortality due to coronavirus in the region of the Russian Federation. Mr Murashko also focused on the vitality of the medical and pharmaceutical higher education institutions in driving the vaccination campaigns in the region.
Rectors of the North-Western State Medical University named after I. I. Mechnikov S. A. Saiganov, Astrakhan State Medical University O. A. Bashkina and Smolensk State Medical University R. S. Kozlov distributed their expertise with members of the council on sustaining sanitary and epidemiological well-being in educational institutions of higher education subordinate to the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation through the admission campaign of 2021 and providing for the commencement of the academic year, ensuring precautionary vaccinations for epidemic evidence against a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) of
university employees, students and residents.
Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Tatyana Vladimirovna Semenova announced the need to extend the activities conducted by rectors at their workplaces to draw students and university staff to vaccination against the new coronavirus infection.
The rector of the Amur State Medical Academy T. V. Zabolotskikh made a statement “on the main directions of the development of educational, scientific and medical activities of the Amur State Medical Academy”.