Vitória opens vaccination schedule against Covid, Influenza and Measles

Vitória opens vaccination schedule against Covid, Influenza and Measles

Vaccination of children against Covid
Vaccination is done from Monday (20) to Friday (24). Credit: Pexels

Vitoria will open on Saturday (18), programming for more than 5,000 vaccines against Covid, Influenza and Measles.

Registrations will be available from Saturday (18) at noon, on the website eventos.vitoria.es.gov.br or through the Vitória Online app.

In total, according to Vitória City Council, 5,400 places will be offered. Vaccination is carried out from Monday (20) to Friday (24), in units distributed throughout the capital. Check the points.

Monday (20) to Friday (24):

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  • Jardim da Penha Health Unit;
  • Vitoria Health Unit;
  • Camburi Garden Health Unit;
  • Praia do Suá Health Unit;
  • Swallow Health Unit;
  • Santa Maria Island Health Unit;
  • Fonte Grande Health Unit;
  • Forte São João Health Unit;
  • Maruípe Health Unit;
  • Staff Health Unit;
  • Resistance Health Unit;
  • Santa Marta Health Unit;
  • Sant Antoni Health Unit;
  • São Cristóvão Health Unit;
  • Conquest Health Unit;
  • Maria Ortiz Health Unit.

From Tuesday (21) to Thursday (23):

  • Baptist Church in Jardim da Penha.

WHO CAN RECEIVE THE DOSES?

You can get vaccinated against The flu:

  • Children from 6 months to less than 5 years;
  • People aged 60 and over;
  • Pregnant and postpartum women;
  • People with comorbidities;
  • Health workers;
  • Teachers of basic and higher education;
  • Security and Rescue Corps Professionals;
  • Armed Forces Professionals;
  • People with permanent disabilities;
  • truck drivers;
  • Collective road transport workers for urban and long-distance passengers;
  • Port workers and employees of the deprivation of liberty system.

in the campaign Measles, priority audiences include six-month-olds under the age of five and health care staff. As for Covid-19, vaccination is for everyone, from the age of 5.

You can get vaccinated against Covid-19:

  • First dose for people 5 years of age or older;
  • Second dose of Pfizer for adults for people who received the first dose on 4/24;
  • Second dose of pediatric Pfizer for children who received the first dose on 4/24;
  • Second dose of AstraZeneca for people who received the first dose on 4/24;
  • Second dose of Coronavac for people who received their first dose 28 days ago;
  • Third dose for people without immunosuppression, aged 12 to 59, who received the second dose on 24/02;
  • Third dose for people without immunosuppression, aged 60 and over, who received the second dose on 3/24;
  • Third dose for immunosuppressed persons, from 12 years of age, who received the second dose until 4/24;
  • Fourth dose for immunosuppressed persons, aged 12 to 59 years, who received the third dose on 2/24;
  • Fourth dose for immunosuppressed people aged 60 and over, who received the third dose until 3/24;
  • Fourth dose for non-immunosuppressed health workers, who received the third dose until 2/24;
  • Fourth dose for people aged 50 to 59 years, without immunosuppression, who received the third dose on 2/24;
  • Fourth dose for people 60 years and older, without immunosuppression, who received the third dose on 24/03.


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