This Saturday (30), Mogi das Cruzes will be taking part in Day “D” of the National Influenza and Measles Vaccination Campaign, as vaccination coverage has been low since 2019. Vaccinations are performed at all Health Points, Family Health Strategy (ESF) units, Unica de Jundiapeba and PACS Nova Jundiapeba from 8 am to 5 pm.
Pró-Hiper rides, which can be reached by car or on foot, are only open from 9 am to 4 pm for adults. And Mogi Shopping also does vaccinations, exclusively for adults, from 10am to 4pm.
The influenza dose is available to five target audiences: the elderly aged 60 and over, pregnant women, women who have given birth (women within 45 days of giving birth), healthcare workers and children aged 6 months to 4 years and 11 months.
The SCR vaccine – measles, mumps and rubella is for children aged 6 months to 4 years and 11 months who need to be in a health center, even if they have already taken a dose with the vaccine booklet. Healthcare professionals may also receive the MRS vaccine if an update to the 1st or 2nd dose is required.
This Saturday (30.) Covid-19 will only be given to adults over the age of 60 who are covered by the flu vaccine: pregnant women, women who have given birth, and health care workers. They can receive refreshments as long as they arrive with earlier coupons.
For other Covid-19 vaccinations, the Ministry of Health maintains an online scheduling system at www.cliquevacina.com.br with several options based on city locations and times.
In all cases, an identity card must be presented. Elderly people should also take a certificate of Covid-19 vaccination to check the timing of the booster dose.
In addition to the routine vaccination booklet, health care workers, pregnant women and women who have given birth must come with documents proving their condition. Children should be accompanied by a vaccination booklet.
After Day D, vaccines against influenza and measles are still available at health facilities Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and at Pro-Hiper Station from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Pro-Hiper adult audience only). )
From 9 May, other groups will receive the flu vaccine: indigenous peoples and quilombola communities; teachers and staff from other ordinary tasks in children, primary, secondary and higher education; disabled; Persons with comorbidities as defined by the Ministry of Health.
Truck drivers, public transport workers, urban and long-distance passengers, road workers, port workers, members of the security and rescue forces (police, fire and civil defense) and the armed forces are vaccinated against influenza 16. from May.
Anyone with any questions can contact SIS 160.