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The health department of Ipati is conducting the vaccination against Covid-19 this Saturday (19)

The health department of Ipati is conducting the vaccination against Covid-19 this Saturday (19)

UBS Jd Icarai – Credit: Disclosure

On Saturday, June 19, the Municipal Health Department in Ipati will vaccinate against Covid-19 for people over 50 years of age, educational professionals between 18 and 44 years old who have not yet taken the first dose, and in people with comorbidities and permanent disabilities. , ages 18-59, who have not yet been vaccinated, as well as people who are late with the second dose.

Eileen Brianza Sartorelli, Municipal Health Minister, explains that the vaccination will only be applied in the Basic Health Unit (UBS) Jardim Icari, located next to the Antônio Deval Municipal School, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

It asks people to come with a personal document with a photo and CPF, as well as an updated proof of residency. “It is important to provide all these documents for immunization,” he noted.

Paula Salzi Fiorani, the city’s epidemiological surveillance coordinator, stresses once again that pre-registration of people eligible for immunization on the website helps reduce waiting time in queues, avoiding unnecessary crowding. “It is important that those people who are able to pre-register online, as it speeds up and facilitates vaccine service and application,” he says.

The coordinator explains that at this time, sanitary measures must be maintained and intensified, with the use of face masks, the use of alcohol gel for hand hygiene and the avoidance of crowding.

You remember that from Monday, June 21, teams from the Municipal Guard and the Municipal Health Service will implement sanitary barriers at access points to the municipality. “We will intensify our measures in order to combat the increase in coronavirus cases in our city, which unfortunately has occurred,” he said. “It is important that residents continue to follow and respect social distancing measures, use of face masks and all WHO guidelines,” he concluded.

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