Posted on 4/23/2022 at 1:32 PM
(credit: Júlia Eleutério / CB / DAPress)
The population of Sol Nascent, in Ceilândia, has the opportunity to solve bureaucracy at Na Hora Móvel, ask questions about dengue fever, vaccinate against covid-19 and even have a haircut. The initiatives are part of the Federal Government’s (GDF) Integrated Community Action, which placed a service point for the community this Saturday (April 23) from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., next to the Producer Fair.
Governor Ibaneis Rocha visited the service tents. “The population has a need and we need to make the government available to this population by bringing together as many services as possible. There is also a cultural component and tourism that is very important to us all,” Ibaneis stressed.
The region is the first to receive this integrated action. “There is a timetable that has been prepared by the government secretariat that deals with exactly the leaders of the community and this timetable will be published,” the governor said. “There were several people in the vaccinations alone, we exceeded 90% of the vaccinations here in DF, which shows the importance of such events,” the head of the local board pointed out.
Housewife Marcilene de Souza, 40, was one of the residents of Sol Nascente who took the opportunity to get vaccinated against the covid-19 virus. “I found out about it through a community group and I came to take my dose of effects,” Marcilene said. “It is a very good measure for the community, where we have several services. It makes life easier for those who live here,” commented a resident who has lived in the area for 11 years.
The measure also included an electronics point, a tourist service center, blood pressure measurement and traffic education with a children’s toy right. The DF Military Police (PMDF) used a mobile unit to promote measures to prevent domestic violence. Senac-DF cared for the beauty area with men’s and women’s haircuts and eyebrow designs.
to Fight Dengue Fever |
As the incidence of dengue fever in the DF area, the Federal Military Fire Department (CBMDF) participated in and mobilized about 300 soldiers and nine vehicles to operate mainly in services related to the prevention and control of Aedes aegypt. a mosquito that transmits the disease.
A health monitoring service was set up to train and respond to community concerns about the control of dengue fever and the necessary treatment to prevent the spread of mosquitoes.