Vitória opens schedule for D-Day of Vaccination



D Vaccination Day will be on Saturday


D Vaccination Day will be on Saturday

| Photo: José Cruz/Agência Brasil






The Secretary of Health of Vitória (Semus) opens an appointment, starting at 2 pm, this Thursday (26), for the “D-Day of Vaccination” against influenza, measles and covid-19.

The task force takes place on Saturday (28), from 8 am to 5 pm, and 5,900 places will be available.

Dose appointments must be made through the link eventos.vitoria.es.gov.br or through the Vitória Online app.

Vaccination takes place at 15 points in the capital: Baptist Church in Jardim da Penha and in the Health Units of Jardim Camburi, Bairro República, Ilha das Caieiras, Resistance, Swallows, Consolação, Grande Vitória, Alagoano, Conquista, Maruípe, Santo Antônio, Vitória , Santa Luiza and Santa Maria Island.

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Influenza

You can receive the Influenza vaccine:

  • Children from 6 months to under 5 years old (4 years, 11 months and 29 days);
  • People aged 60 and over;
  • Pregnant women and postpartum women (up to 45 days after delivery);
  • People with Comorbidities;
  • Health Workers;
  • Basic and higher education teachers;
  • Professionals from the security and rescue forces;
  • Armed Forces Professionals;
  • Persons with permanent disabilities;
  • truck drivers;
  • Collective road transport workers for urban and long-haul passengers;
  • Port workers and officials of the deprivation of liberty system.

Measles

  • The measles vaccine is being administered to children aged between six and months and under five years and health workers.

Covid

Vacancies will be available for:

  • First dose for population 5 years of age and older;
  • Second dose of pediatric Pfizer, for children who received the first dose by 03/04;
  • Second dose of adult Pfizer, for people who received the first dose by 03/04;
  • Second dose of CoronaVac for children and adults who received their first dose 28 days ago or more;
  • Second dose of AstraZeneca, for people who received the first dose by 03/04;
  • Booster dose for people without immunosuppression, aged between 18 and 59 years, who received the second dose or single dose until 02/03;
  • Booster dose for people without immunosuppression, aged 60 years or older, who received the second dose or single dose until 03/03;
  • Booster dose for immunosuppressed patients, aged 12 years or older, who received the second dose by 04/03;
  • Fourth dose for people aged 60 and over, who received the third by 03/03.










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