More than 1600 South Ural State University students submitted documents to receive financial support of 3,000 roubles. This is a one-time payment that university students can receive after having been vaccinated against COVID-19.
“The SUSU Rector supported the proposal of the Scholarship Committee to provide financial assistance to students who got vaccinated. Since November 11, 1650 full-time students studying on state scholarship and contract have already applied for the payment. 1322 applications have been processed, and these students will receive the supplemental payment with their stipend this Friday", said Vyacheslav Burmatov, SUSU Vice-Rector for Student Affairs.
According to Vyacheslav Burmatov, other students—those who already got vaccinated but have not yet received a QR code, or those who are still planning to get vaccinated—are listed in a separate database, and all of them will receive their 3,000 roubles in time.
"Documents are processed systematically, we will not forget anyone, by the time the students receive their QR codes, they will receive their payment," emphasized Vyacheslav Burmatov. “The pace of vaccination is good, we are seeing the response; applications and documents for the payment are regularly received by the Trade Union Committee".
A vaccination centre is operating right in SUSU, in the university store located in Building No.2 (85 Lenin Prospekt) from 12:00 to 14:00 on Tuesdays. Because of the influx of visitors, the work hours were extended: doctors began to receive patients at 10:00. In just one day 108 people got vaccinated. As a reminder, students can also get vaccinated at Polyclinic No. 2, also known as the Student Polyclinic.
And last week foreign students got vaccinated at the SUSU vaccination centre. Students from other countries also receive a payment of 3,000 roubles, and it is not important where they get vaccinated—in Russia or in their home country