Influenza and measles vaccination campaigns enter the final phase this week, with all priority groups being vaccinated in the first and second phases. From Monday (30) to Friday, June 3, vaccination will take place in eight health units, from 8 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm, except in USF Pedrinhas, where vaccination is only done in the morning.
flu –The vaccination this week covers all priority groups, including: teachers and seniors aged 60 and over; active health workers; Children from 6 months to less than 5 years (4 years, 11 months and 29 days); Pregnant and postpartum women. Indian people Persons with comorbidities and/or permanent disabilities; security and rescue forces; truck drivers and personnel of mass road transport of long-distance passengers; and prison staff.
Diseases associated with influenza vaccination are people with chronic respiratory, heart and kidney diseases. diabetic; obesity; immunity; Implantation and trisomy.
measles disease –This vaccination includes children aged between six months and less than five years (4 years, 11 months and 29 days) and active health workers up to the age of 59 years. For both groups, vaccination is random, regardless of vaccination status.
Vaccines against influenza and measles are administered simultaneously in Dr. Admário Santos (District of Brazil); panorama; Dr. Joao Milo Filho (Ibirapuera Province); CAE II (São Vicente district); Nestor Guimarães (Gorema Province); Recanto das Aguas; Small stones and Confima.
attention! –The influenza and measles vaccine can be given at the same time to children and health workers, without having to wait for an interval in between. To get vaccinated, you just need to go to the health unit with your personal identification document and vaccination booklet. Persons listed in occupational categories or health conditions must provide a supporting document.
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