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Find out who can get vaccinated this Tuesday in SP, RJ, GO, MG and SC

Find out who can get vaccinated this Tuesday in SP, RJ, GO, MG and SC

The capitals follow the vaccination campaign against COVID-19, this Tuesday (14/9), with some complaints of insufficient dosing.

NS Rio de JaneiroFor example, the booster dose is applied to those 94 years of age or older. The city of Rio de Janeiro also vaccinates the first dose (D1) for people with disabilities (PcD) and pregnant and breastfeeding women 12 years of age or older. There will also be a summary for audiences over 23 years old.

Persons with disabilities must submit a report from the public or private network; free public transport cards; Documents evidencing assistance in rehabilitation centers or units specialized in the care of persons with disabilities; An official identification document with a statement of disability or any other document indicating that he is a disabled person.

Santa Catarina

Florianópolis uses the first dose for people between 12 and 17 years old who are deprived of liberty.

The first and second doses will also be provided for pregnant and breastfeeding women and women 18 years of age and older.

Sao Paulo

The capital of São Paulo vaccinates older adults over the age of 85 who have taken the last dose of the vaccination schedule (a second dose or a single dose) for at least 6 months.

Young people between the ages of 12 and 17 will also get the vaccine. Adolescents must be accompanied by their parents during the vaccination. In the event that it is impossible to accompany the guardian, they must be accompanied by an adult and present an authorization signed by the guardian.

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The Municipal Health Administration of São Paulo reinforces the citizen’s obligation to provide proof of residence in the city, at the time of vaccination, as well as personal documents, preferably the Individual Taxpayer Register (CPF) and the Unified Health System (SUS) card.

Minas Gerais

The City of Belo Horizonte (MG) will expand the second dose for 28-year-olds vaccinated with CoronaVac, with the period from 14 to 28 days between dosing.

Only 28-year-olds whose vaccination card date was set on September 21 can take the second dose on September 14.


In Goiânia (GO), people aged 18 or over are vaccinated. There will be 19 stations available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition to the fixed locations, there is also a car trip through the Passeio das Águas shopping center, which starts at 8:00 am with 2,000 tickets distributed, with a total of 28 stops.

Regarding application of the second dose of the immunizing agents Pfizer, Astrazeneca and Coronavac to persons scheduled for September 14 or later than scheduled, they should look for one of the nine sites operating from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, except for PUC Zone 1 Goiás and is open until 4 pm.