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Find out who will be vaccinated against influenza from the ninth day in Muji

After the opening of the health centers yesterday for the National Campaign Against Influenza and Measles, these immunosuppressive drugs will continue to be available in the health units from Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and in the Pro-Hiper drive from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (adult audience Pro-Hyper only).

The D-Day balance sheet must be released tomorrow by the municipal health department.

According to the ministry, from May 9, other groups will be given the influenza vaccine: the indigenous and Quilombola communities; teachers and personnel from other functions of children’s regular schools, primary, middle and higher education; persons with disabilities; Persons with comorbidities as determined by the Ministry of Health.

Truck drivers, public transport workers, urban road workers, long-distance passengers, port workers, members of the security and rescue forces (police, fire and civil defense) and armed forces will be vaccinated against influenza from May 16.

For questions, you can contact SIS 160.

Public authorities are seeking to expand vaccination coverage for people who can already be immunized against measles, influenza and Covid.

Learn more about the current phase of this campaign:

The influenza dose will be provided to five target groups: elderly people aged 60 or older, pregnant women, postpartum women (women within 45 days of giving birth), health workers and children aged 6 months to 4 years and 11 months.

People over 60 years of age and adults who are part of the groups covered by the influenza vaccination receive the fourth dose against COVID-19: pregnant women, postpartum women, and health workers.

For other vaccinations against Covid-19, the Municipal Health Department maintains an online scheduling system at, with several options for places and times in the city.

In all cases, a personal identification document must be submitted. Older adults must also take proof of vaccination against Covid-19 to check the deadline for the extra dose.

Health workers, pregnant and postpartum women should also bring documents proving their condition, as well as a brochure of routine immunizations. Children must come with the mandatory vaccination record.