From Wednesday (12), the Louvira municipality will open the electronic registration of vaccination against Covid-19 for people between the ages of 55 and 59 years who suffer from one or more comorbidities identified by the Ministry of Health (see list below).
To carry out the procedure, the released groups must access the website www.louveira.sp.gov.br, click on the Vaccine Covid-19 icon, located at the top of the homepage, and provide the citizen card number and date. Birth. Then just fill in the form.
At the end of registration, after choosing the unit in which you want to be vaccinated, the resident will receive a message that the Health Department will contact you to determine the day and time of vaccination.
If you belong to a group, click here to register.
For more information, simply contact the Health Secretariat by calling (19) 3948 5322.
To receive the doses, anyone with comorbidities and who is part of the declared groups must provide evidence of the risk status through tests, prescriptions, reports, or prescriptions. Records previously in UBS may also be used.
The guidelines apply to both people ages 55 to 59 and people with Down, who are undergoing dialysis and a transplant – for the latter group, it is also recommended to provide a prescription for the immunosuppressive drugs that the patient is using.
Postpartum women, that is, women who have given birth in the last 45 days, can use the baby’s birth certificate.
Persons with a permanent disability must provide evidence of receipt of BPC.
The Ministry of Health maintains that to receive the vaccination, it is also necessary to be registered on the website www.vacinaja.sp.gov.br. “We recommend people to register on the City Hall website and then immediately access Vacina Já and fill in the required information. This ensures a faster speed of the grafting processHealth Minister Eduardo Gómez de Menezes says.
Due to the large number of registrations that are made at the center’s UBS, the wait in this health unit tends to be greater. Therefore, the Ministry of Health advises residents to refer to other UBSs at the time of registration. Check below the list of health facilities available for vaccination.
From May 12th, the system will accept registrations of people of the same age group (55 to 59) who suffer from one or more diseases determined by the Ministry of Health (see list below). On Friday (14), the registration will be issued to people with comorbidities and permanent disabilities in the range of 50 to 54 years.
On Monday (10), the city council opened the registration of people with Down syndrome and immunosuppressed kidney transplant patients between the ages of 18 and 59. On the eleventh day, enrollment began for people with permanent disabilities between the ages of 55 and 59 who had received the BPC (Continuing Benefit Allowance). Registration for pregnant women and maternity with comorbidities will start on Tuesday (11), but this has been canceled by the state government.
Due to the low amount of vaccine doses that the state government sends to the municipality, which is not sufficient to immunize 100% of the target audience of the age groups and groups that have already been released, Louveira continues to vaccinate – according to receipt of the doses – people aged 60 years or over and professionals in the field of Health and education.
List of comorbidities identified by the Ministry of Health:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Heart failure (HF)
- Cor-pulmonale (change in the right ventricle) and pulmonary hypertension
- Heart disease, high blood pressure
- Coronary syndromes
- Cardiomyopathy and pericardopathy
- Disease of the aorta, large vessels and arteriovenous fistulas
- Congenital heart disease in adults
- Valve prostheses and heart implants
- Severe chronic lung disease
- Resistant arterial hypertension (RAH)
- Arterial hypertension – stage III
- Arterial hypertension – stages 1 and 2 with injury, target organ and / or comorbidity
- Cerebrovascular disease
- Chronic kidney failure
- Immunosuppressants (transplantation; people with HIV; rheumatic diseases using corticosteroids; people with cancer).
- Sickle cell anemia and major thalassemia (severe hemoglobinopathy)
- Morbid obesity
- Cirrhosis of the liver
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