The vaccination dates for São Paulo have already been announced in August by the state government, which is reviewing the end of the first-dose vaccination for adults and the start of vaccination for adolescents until the 31st of next month.
Two days after completing adult vaccinations, the government wants to start vaccinating 12- to 17-year-olds. From this group, the calendar should begin on the eighteenth day with adolescents with comorbidities.
The calendar can only be reprogrammed with the arrival of more than 1.3 million doses of vaccines from the Butantan Institute. This shipment was purchased by the government to simplify the government’s immunization plan.
Vaccination dates in Sao Paulo in August
For now, the calendar will be like this: anyone between the ages of 25 and 27 can pollinate From the fifth of August. Then it opens from the age of 18 to 24 years of the tenth.
August 16th is called “Day of Hope” and is the announced date for all residents over the age of 18 to receive at least their first dose in São Paulo.
From August 18 onwards, the vaccination of adolescents from 12 to 17 years of age begins. But beware, only the first group will be those with disabilities and comorbidities. This stage also includes pregnant and postpartum teens.
The state government expects to vaccinate this entire audience, with at least one dose, through August 29.
In September, vaccination of other adolescents, without comorbidities, is expected to begin. The government estimates that everyone will be vaccinated with the first dose by September 12.
See vaccination dates in São Paulo in August:
28 and 29 years old: Until 4/08
25 to 27 years old: 5/08 a 9/08
18 to 24 years old: 10/08 a 16/08
12-17 years old with comorbidities (Disabilities, pregnant women, and postpartum women): 08/18 to 08/29:
15 to 17 years old Without comorbidities: 08/30 to 5/09
12 to 14 years old Without comorbidities: 6/09 to 12/09:
Documents for the vaccination against Covid in Sao Paulo
In the São Paulo Capital, proof of residency in the city is mandatory at the time of vaccination. It is also necessary to submit an official personal document with a photo.
Proof of residency can be submitted physically or digitally.
Those who do not have proof in their own name can take the document in the name of their husband, wife, parents or children, provided that the relationship is justified
To save time for attendance, do not forget to pre-register on the Vacina Já website www.vacinaja.sp.gov.br.
Vaccination sites in Sao Paulo
In the capital, vaccination is available at all restaurants, pharmacies, major stations, UBSs, and AMAs. Pay attention to vaccination schedules, some start at 7 a.m. and last until 5 p.m. and some from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. paying off:
Pharmacies and Drive-thrus: Open from 8 am to 5 pm;
Megabustos: Open from 8 am to 5 pm;
Basic Health Care Units (UBSs): Open from 7 am to 7 pm;
Integrated AMAs/UBSs: Open from 7 am to 7 pm.
You can refer to the Vacina Já website https://vacinaja.sp.gov.br/ where the nearest vaccination center is located.
Go to the website and click on the “Vaccination sites” link. In this option you will have a map showing all the stations located across the state.
It is also possible to identify the point by its address or zip code. The site also gives you the option to choose within a radius of 5 to 100 km.
Where can I get vaccinated with a lower waiting list?
With the tendency to find longer lines as the age decreases in the calendar, before leaving the house, it is a good idea to look at the Filometer. The “De Olho na Queue” site brings to the population all immunization points provided and the status of the waiting list in each of them in real time.
You can tell if the queue is short, medium or long where you want to go. To click on the area you want to know the link will open to bring up the status of the queue, informing the last update time, address, and whether it’s working.
Through the e-health platform, you can see the vaccination site closest to where you are. The platform also makes it possible to track priority groups for each stage.
E-Health is available on the web and on mobile in the form of an application. You can download it from the Google Play Store or via the email address https://e-saudesp.prefeitura.sp.gov.br/public-login.
In addition to this platform, you can also search for the nearest place to get a vaccination on the website “Onde Tem Vacina”. Simply enter the name of your city or region and the platform will deliver the vaccination addresses. Then go to https://ondetemvacina.com/.
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