Influenza vaccine in Curitiba: campaign expands and pregnant women and women who have given birth can also be vaccinated from Monday (2) to Friday (6) | Paraná

The Curitiba City Health Agency (SMS) published an influenza vaccination program from Monday (2) to Friday (6). At this point in your campaign, you can take an immunizing agent:

  • pensioners over the age of 60,
  • pregnant women;
  • postpartum women (who have had a child in the last 45 days);
  • children from six months to less than 5 years.

Influenza vaccine is given in 97 health units from 8 am to 5 pm. See vaccination sites here.

For the elderly, health experts will also give a fourth dose of Covid-19. Children are also given a triple virus vaccine to protect against measles, rubella and mumps.

Indigenous peoples and health workers

Starting this Monday (2), the municipal health agency (SMS) will begin vaccinating the indigenous population against the flu. The application is made directly in the villages.

On the same day, the Consultório na Rua teams began vaccinating the population living on the streets mobile.

Vaccinations for health care workers, including priority groups, will be provided from the beginning of the campaign in the hospitals and units where the professionals work.

Vaccination self-employed begins Tuesday (3) in Paraná Regional Nursing. The organization is located at Rua Professor João Argemiro Loyola, 74, seminar. The application period is from 8 am to 5 pm. This vaccine is available from Monday to Friday, June 3rd.

For vaccination, you will need to present an identity card proving a connection to the capital’s health service, or a professional council card and proof of residence in Curitiba.

Who else can get vaccinated?

SUS provides an influenza vaccine to priority groups identified by the Department of Health who are considered to be more susceptible to complications from the disease.

According to City Hall, the convening of other priority groups will depend on the arrival of new vaccine shipments.

  • teachers;
  • people with co-morbidities;
  • permanently disabled;
  • truck drivers;
  • transport workers;
  • port workers;
  • security forces;
  • army;
  • deprivation of liberty workers, deprived persons and young people;
  • socio-educational activities for young people.

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