Gazprom Neft’s anti-COVID-19 programme

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More than 70% of Gazprom Neft employees are now showing immunity to COVID-19

Vaccinations — and acquired immune response — mean more than 70% of Gazprom Neft employees are now showing immunity against COVID-19. While consistent reductions in infections have been noted in those locations in which the company operates, Gazprom Neft is aiming to achieve more than 80% herd immunity throughout the company, and to maintain this, going forward, in order to minimise any possibility of COVID-19 outbreaks at the company’s plants and offices. All company specialists (and those at subsidiaries)...

27 May 2021
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Gazprom Neft donates free personal protective equipment (PPE) to the Kurganskaya Oblast infectious diseases hospital

Gazprom Neft has forwarded antiviral medical PPE, hazmat suits, overalls, respirators and goggles to the Kurganskaya Oblast, with this protective equipment being delivered to the Oblast’s specialist infectious diseases hospital as part of the company’s “Gazprom Neft for Medics” campaign. The company has also arranged three hot meals a day for hospital staff. “Thanks to doctors’ professionalism and dedication, the spread of COVID-19 is gradually stabilising and we are, step-by-step, getting back to...

9 July 2020
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Gazprom Neft—SIBUR joint venture Poliom donates hamzat suits to medics in Omsk

As part of its programme to help combat the spread of COVID-19, the Omsk Poliom polypropylene plant (a Gazprom Neft—SIBUR joint venture) has provided epidemiological kits to medical staff at the D.M. Dalmatov Hospital for Infectious Diseases. In line with the needs of the Omsk Oblast health system, the main delivery comprised hamzat suits — these being made from polymer material and providing the necessary level of barrier protection against the virus. “Industrial plants and businesses in the Omsk...

2 June 2020
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Gazprom Neft expands the geographic coverage of its free servicing for ambulances and emergency services vehicles

G-Energy Service stations are now providing free oil changes for ambulances and emergency services vehicles in 29 regions throughout Russia, as well as in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Servicing is being provided free of charge under the “Gazprom Neft for Medics” initiative, part of the company’s “Antivirus” programme directed at preventing the spread of COVID-19. Gazprom Neft has been offering transport departments at medical institutions with a service plan whereby ambulances and emergency services...

25 May 2020
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