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National vaccination campaigns against influenza and smallpox are entering the last week, according to the latest guidelines from the Ministry of Health. Therefore, the Municipal Department of Health (SMS) appeals to the population belonging to the priority groups not to miss the vaccines.

Influenza immunization, which protects against influenza A viruses H1N1 and H3N2, including Darwin’s strain and influenza B, reached 57,548 doses administered until last Wednesday (15). As for smallpox, there were 8,199 doses. Both campaigns began in April.

“It is crucial that eligible people get vaccines. The more people are immunized, the better the general protection, ”said Rodrigo Carneiro, Undersecretary of Primary Health Care, Health Surveillance and Promotion and Infectious Diseases Specialist.

Exclusive vaccination for priority groups takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., in dozens of posts, including Campos Shopping and UBSF Conselheiro Josino, until next Friday (24), as follows:

Exclusive stations for vaccination against influenza and measles in children without comorbidities aged six months to four years, 11 months and 29 days:

Children’s city; Guarus Health Center; UBSF Advisor Josino; UBSF Lagoa de Cima; UBSF Custodópolis; UBSF Road Park; UBSF São Sebastião; UBSF Félix Miranda; UBSF Parque Prazeres; UBSF Santos Dumont; UBSF IPS; UBSF Imperial Park; Penha UBS; UBS Ponta Grossa; UBS Santa Maria; UBSF Saturnino Braga; UBS Stumps; UBS Venda Nova; UBSF Villa Nova; UBSF Morangaba; UBSF Dores de Macabu; UBSF Ponta da Lama; UBS Poço Gordo; UBSF Lagamar / Farol de São Tomé, next to UPH Travessão and UPH Ururaí.

Influenza and measles vaccination station for children with comorbidities and developmental disorders from six months to four years, 11 months and 29 days:

Special Immunobiology Reference Center (CRIE).

Influenza and smallpox vaccination stations for healthcare professionals:

Fields Shopping; Automobile Club; Guarus Health Center; and UBSF São Sebastião.

Exclusive post-influenza vaccination in pregnant women and postpartum women:

Municipal Department of Health.

Post-influenza vaccination for children from 5 to 11 years, 11 months and 29 days with comorbidity and developmental disorders:

Special Immunobiology Reference Center (CRIE).

Influenza vaccination stations for persons 12 years of age and older with comorbidities and disabilities; the elderly over the age of 60; port workers; truck drivers; public road transport workers for urban and interurban passengers, including taxi drivers and van holders registered with the Municipal Bureau of Transit and Traffic (IMTT); and professionals in education from public and private networks:

Fields Shopping; Automobile Club; Guarus Health Center; Municipal Sports Foundation, former AABB; Jardim Carioca Olympic Village; Kiosk at the Roberto Silveira bus station; Senior Citizens Club; at Drive-thru Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense (UENF); and UBSF São Sebastião.


Children without comorbidities and the elderly: ID card with picture, CPF, certificate of residence and vaccination card.

Children and adults with comorbidity: ID card with picture, CPF, proof of residence, vaccination booklet and accompanying document: medical report; income; free public transport cards, including the Municipal Autistic Identification Card (CMIA); documents on attending rehabilitation centers or specialized units; an official document identifying the disability; a program card, such as the Asthma and Rhinitis Assistance Program (Proapar) or the High Complex Care Unit (UNACON), among others.

Pregnant women and mothers: a document with a picture, CPF, vaccination card, proof of residence and prenatal card.

Other priority groups: photo documents, CPF, proof of residence, document proving effective performance of the function. In the case of taxi drivers and van owners, registration with the Municipal Institute of Transit and Transport (IMTT) may be required.

In addition to the Armed Forces, security and rescue forces, employees of the prison system, the prison population and adolescents in social and educational measures are provided with assistance in the units themselves.


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