Avenida Paulista receives vaccination campaign until May 20

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With the aim of expanding vaccination coverage against various diseases in the city of São Paulo, the city hall holds, from this Wednesday (18) until May 20, an immunization campaign on Avenida Paulista.

Vaccinations will be applied against hepatitis B, triple viral (measles, mumps and rubella) and double adult (diphtheria and tetanus), Covid-19 (additional doses of Pfizer) and flu (influenza). The campaign takes place from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm, in front of the headquarters of the Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo (Fiesp), at Avenida Paulista, nº 1313.

To receive the immunization it is necessary to bring the vaccination card or a photo document.

Who can receive immunizations:

Additional dose (D1) against Covid-19 : people over 18 years old who took the second dose at least 4 months ago (at least 122 full days). Those who have recently had Covid-19 will be allowed to take it as long as 30 days have passed without showing any symptoms of the disease.

Second additional dose (D2) against Covid-19 : people aged 60 and over.

Influenza : pregnant and postpartum women (up to 45 days after childbirth), elderly people over 60 years old, health professionals, children over six months and under five years old, indigenous people, education professionals from public and private schools, people with disabilities or comorbidities . In addition, citizens of the security and rescue forces, Armed Forces, truck drivers, urban and long-distance collective road passenger transport workers and port workers are also eligible.

triple viral : people over six months who have a vaccination card and are accompanied by a responsible person.

adult duo : people over 7 years of age with or without vaccination card and a photo ID.

Hepatitis B : people from birth with or without vaccination card and a photo ID.

The city government says that all vaccines available are safe and authorized by the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa), and are included in the vaccination schedule for children, adults and the elderly, of the National Immunization Program (PNI).

Pregnant women and immunocompromised patients will not be able to take the MMR vaccine.

Source: CNN Brasil

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