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Alto Tieti begins on Monday with vaccinations for people with Down syndrome and organ transplantation;  See programming by city |  Mogi das Cruzes and Suzano

Alto Tieti begins on Monday with vaccinations for people with Down syndrome and organ transplantation; See programming by city | Mogi das Cruzes and Suzano

Vaccination against Covid-19 of People with Down syndrome and transplant recipients, Between 18 and 59 years old, in Alto Tieti.

On Tuesday (11) it will be a turn Pregnant and postpartum women, Those aged 18 or over, and those with certain comorbidities.

Check below how the program will be by city:

According to the city council, the schedule will be decided on Monday (10).

at PeritibaOn Mondays and Tuesdays, the vaccination will be carried out at the Women’s Reference Center, starting at 1 p.m.

Also according to the municipal health department, it is necessary to provide supporting documents for the cases, such as a medical letter.

at Ferraz de VasconcelosPeople with Down syndrome and transplant patients will be vaccinated at the Nossa Senhora da Paz church in the center from eight in the morning until three in the evening.

Already on Tuesday, the immunization factor application will be implemented in pregnant women and puerperal women with comorbidities from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in seven sites.

These are the health centers in the neighborhoods of Jardim Rosana, Jardim Bella Vista, Villa Margarida, Villa São Paulo, Cidad Kimmel, Santo Antonio and Jardim Yon.

at Guararema, Vaccination will be carried out by appointment. To register, you must fill out a form on the City Hall website.

At the appointed time, the patient must attend the vaccination center (Cevac) with a photo ID and supporting documents.

The address is Rua Doutor Armindo, 567, in the Nogueira neighborhood.

The municipality stated that it has not yet received a technical report from the state government on sending doses to these audiences.

According to information released by the city council, the vaccination of these masses will start on Wednesday (12) via online scheduling. Through the Clique Vacina platform. The vacancies are expected to be released from Monday (10).

People with Down syndrome who are transplanted can be vaccinated with the benefit of continuous supplementation (BPC) or comorbidities, as well as pregnant women and postpartum women with comorbidities. Boa.

Events will take place in the Garotada kingdom, in the leadership system. For pedestrians, the service will be in Praça da Bíblia. The service will be from 9 AM to 3 PM. The city council maintains, however, that each group needs to submit different documents:

  • People with Down Syndrome: Original document with photo, CPF and proof of address;
  • Pregnant women over the age of 18 with comorbidities: original document with photo, CPF, proof of address and proof of co-disease as defined by the Ministry of Health;
  • Women after childbirth up to 45 days after the birth of the baby; Original document with photo, CPF, proof of address and birth certificate of the child.
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The city did not send information.

On both days, groups will be vaccinated at the Municipal School of Early Childhood Education (Emei) Oswaldo Rodriguez da Silva, located next to the city council. Working hours will be from eight in the morning until twelve in the afternoon.

In the case of people with Down syndrome and transplant patients, it is necessary to bring a document proving the condition, such as a prescription or medical letter, and personal documents.

For pregnant women, the city requires a prenatal card. On the other hand, a puerperal woman must carry a birth certificate.

Both must provide identification documents and a medical letter or prescription proving the common illness.

municipality Susano The Municipal Health Ministry stated that the vaccination schedule for the emerging corona virus for next week is still being determined.

Learn more about vaccination against Covid-19