The units open at 7:30 a.m. and operate until 4:45 p.m.
Author: Gabriel Neris 4/29/2022 6:32 AM
Campo Grande will open 69 health units on Friday for the flu vaccination campaign.
Currently, the campaign targets the elderly, health care workers, pregnant women, women who have had children in the last 45 days, and children 6 months and under five years old. Vaccination starts at 7.30 am and lasts until 4.45 pm.
The so-called “D-day” is scheduled to take place on Saturday, and to that end, the state health ministry distributed 84,000 doses of the vaccine to 79 municipalities in the state.
The population that can be vaccinated against influenza is estimated at 1,048,221. Mato Grosso do Sul had received 220,000 vaccination doses from the Ministry of Health and 81,946 doses, representing 10.5% of the vaccination coverage of the campaign’s special groups.
Those in Campo Grande can also vaccinate against a coronavirus infection this Friday. Vaccination will begin at 7:30 a.m. with health units, Seleta and the UFMS Integrated School Clinic (Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul).
The capital reached 75% of the population this week with a complete vaccination cycle. Children over 5 years of age, adolescents, adolescents and adults can be vaccinated (see below).