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Saúde de Palmas calls on priority groups to get vaccinated against influenza – Conexão Tocantins

Saúde de Palmas calls on priority groups to get vaccinated against influenza – Conexão Tocantins

With the low commitment of the target audience to the influenza vaccination campaign, the Municipal Health Administration (CMOS) is calling on priority groups to receive a dose this year. The vaccine is available at Family Health Units (USF) Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Intensification is a recommendation of the Ministry of Health throughout the northern region of the country and continues until December 15. Available units can be checked below.

Priority groups include children from six months to less than six years (i.e. up to 5 years, 11 months and 29 days), the elderly, pregnant women and women who have recently given birth up to 45 days after giving birth, health workers, teachers, and residents Indigenous people (village residents and non-village residents), security and rescue force professionals, armed forces, people with permanent disabilities, people with comorbidities, truck drivers, public land transport workers (urban and long-distance), port workers, populations deprived of liberty and civil servants. Prisons.

Simos stresses that the influenza vaccine should be taken every year and that the main participants in the campaign should be from priority groups, with a greater chance of complications due to the disease. Immunization is the best form of protection to ensure the safety of the population and prevent transmission of the virus.

About illness

According to the Ministry of Health, influenza is an acute infection of the respiratory system caused by the influenza virus, with high transmission potential. There are four types of influenza/influenza viruses: “A,” “B,” “C,” and “D.” Influenza A and B viruses are responsible for seasonal epidemics, with influenza A being the cause of major pandemics.

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Vaccination rooms

Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m

USF Arno 41 (403N)

USF Arno 42 (405N)

USF Arne 53 (406 N)

USF Arno 44 (409N)

USF Arno 61 (503 N)

USF Arne 64 (508 N)

USF Deise de Fátima Araújo de Paula (Arse 13 – 108 South)

USF Loyan Moreno Vieira (Arse 24 – 210 S)

Professor Isabel Ohler at the University of South Florida (Arso 23 – 207 South)

USF Francisco Jr. (Arso 41 – 403 South)

USF ASR-SE 75 (712 S)

USF Jackass 82 (806 South)

USF Albertino Santos (Arse 101 – 1004 South)

USF Satillo Alves de Souza (Arso 111 – 1103 S)

USF Valeria Martinez Pereira (Arse 122 – 1206 S)

USF Heder de Oliveira Silva (Arse 131 – 1304 S)

USF Alto Bonito (Jardim Urini IV)

USF Novo Horizonte (Jardim Urini IV)

USF Lloredes Lima Milhomim (Jardim Urine III)

USF Liberdade (Jardim Urini III)

USF Eugenio Pinheiro da Silva (Jardim Urini I)

USF Jose Lucio Carvalho (Lago Sol)

USF Taquari

USF Santa Fe

USF Morada do Sul

USF Santa Barbara

USF Jose Hermes Rodriguez Damaso (Southern Sector)

USF Walterly Wagner José Ribeiro (Taquaruçu Grande) – Thursdays only

USF Mariazinha Rodriguez da Silva (Pueritirana)

USF Walter Pereira Morato (Takarucho). (Sicom Palmas)