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A partir de agora, também, será aceita receita de até seis meses constando o uso de drogas para as comorbidades.

Campus expands the age group for people with diseases associated with the COVID-19 vaccine | fields

Campos – The Municipal Health Service of Campos dos Guitacazes, in Northern Fluminense, next week, will expand the age range of people with diseases associated with vaccination against COVID-19. On Tuesday (1), those between the ages of 34 and 54 will be vaccinated with the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. On Wednesday (2), it will be the turn of those between the ages of 33 and 54.

Also, from Tuesday (1) it will be included in the vaccination of obese and obese people. The vaccination will take place from 9 am to 3 pm and it will be through the distribution of passwords. To receive the vaccine, people with a body mass index (BMI) equal to or greater than 40 must present a photo ID, CPF and proof of residency. Obese patients must, in addition to their personal documents, present a physical or digital obesity patient card.

Patients in the SUS must show the registered programs card: Diabetic Foot; Hyperdia. Probar. Patients with autoimmune diseases and collagen disease at Alvaro Alvim Hospital; Oncological patients sickle cell anemia and hemoglobinopathy. Carriers of Down syndrome.

For people with comorbidities being treated in the private network, it will be necessary to submit a report, the form of which must be downloaded from the city hall portal, completed and stamped by the doctor, along with personal documents and proof of residency.

Also from now on, a prescription of up to six months will be accepted, including the use of medications for comorbidities. You are also required to provide an identity document, CPF and proof of residency.

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Comorbidities classified as a priority for receiving vaccination against Covdi-19 are: Obesity. Obese patients. Diabetes; Acute chronic lung disease. Resistant arterial hypertension (RAH); Stage 3 arterial hypertension. Stages of arterial hypertension 1 and 2 with target organ injury and / or comorbidity; Heart failure (HF). Pulmonary hypertension and cardiopulmonary hypertension. Heart disease, high blood pressure; Coronary syndromes, heart valve disease. Cardiomyopathy and pericardium. Diseases of the aorta, large vessels and fistulas. Arrhythmia; Congenital heart disease in adults; Valve prostheses and heart implants; Cerebrovascular disease. Chronic kidney failure; Sickle cell anemia; Down’s syndrome; Cirrhosis of the liver. Pregnant women at risk and women who have recently given birth (up to 45 days after birth).

Vaccination sites for obese and obese patients:

Al Faro Fem School Hospital (exclusive)

Vaccination sites with other comorbidities:

Iff Centro drive
Uenf drive
Health Secretary
Yves Garros
Senior Citizen Club
Municipal Sports Corporation (formerly nibble)
Attached building to the Hospital of Plantaudres de Cana (formerly ZARC)
Ubsf village
Ubs Morro do Coco
Opsv Santa Cruz
UPS Tocos
Ops Concilhero Josino
Esf Lamagar Ubs (lantern)
Uph dash