The region is opening up flu vaccinations to all audiences this Wednesday.

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Measures follow guidelines from the state government and the Ministry of Health to increase vaccination coverage. Just find the nearest UBS.

By Anna Carolina Lyle

June 22, 2022 at 6:42 AM; last updated June 22, 2022 at 8:48 AM

Residents living in the RPT (Textile Pool Region) who have not yet received the flu vaccine will be able to find the nearest health unit to immunize their homes from this Wednesday. The diet is for people over six months old.

The initiative aims to increase vaccination coverage and comply with guidelines from the state Department of Health and the Ministry of Health. As of June 15, 36,072 people had been vaccinated in the United States.

Nurla Carla Breto Source, the city’s epidemic surveillance coordinator, says the state has chosen to spread the disease to the entire population, regardless of specific groups, in order to increase the barrier against epidemics.

Municipalities are working to increase the risk of epidemics against the disease. Photo: Santa Barbara City Hall / Publicity

“However, we emphasize that at-risk groups should seek vaccines because they are the ones most at risk for the flu,” he warned. In the city, this food is available on all UBSs (Basic Health Units) from 9am to 3:30 pm, without the need for an appointment.

So far, the vaccine is only available to the elderly, health workers and public transport, children, people with comorbidities, people with disabilities, teachers, pregnant women, prison staff, truck drivers, young women, security and rescue, people. Was done With permanent disability and members of the armed forces.

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In the city of Santa Barbara, 31,019 doses were given against the flu, which is equivalent to 49.3% coverage of the target audience.

Anyone who wants to get the vaccine can visit the health units between 7:30 am and 3 pm. In Nova Odessa, the vaccine will be administered from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. In Sumaré, 9am to 3pm and in Hartolandia, 8am to 3:30 pm.

The Hortolândia Department of Health states that children up to 11 years of age who have received the CoVID-19 vaccine must wait 15 days for the flu vaccine.

To obtain an immunizer in all cities, it is necessary to present a document with a photograph. In case of children, vaccination card must be presented. Wearing a mask is also required to enter health units.

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