The Municipal Vaccination Calendar continues to serve the population, with all vaccines available during extended hours, from 8 am to 6 pm, in 19 Basic Health Units (UBSs) in the city. They are: Aparecidinha, Brigadeiro Tobias, Carandá, Cerrado, Éden, Fiori, Habiteto, Haro, Hortência, Laranjeiras, Lopes de Oliveira, Márcia Mendes, Mineirão, Nova Sorocaba, São Bento, São Guilherme, Simus, Sorocaba 1 and Vitória Régia. The other UBSs continue to serve normally, from 8 am to 4 pm. Due to the Black Awareness Day holiday, exceptionally, vaccination will take place from Tuesday (11/21) to Friday (11/24).
The Pfizer Bivalent vaccine is available to everyone aged 18 and over. Pfizer Bivalente’s target audience also includes: healthcare professionals; pregnant and postpartum women; people, aged 12 and over, living in Long-Term Institutions (ILPs), such as nursing homes, asylums, shelters and inclusive residences, and workers in these institutions; immunocompromised people (transplanted people, people with HIV, cancer patients and people with chronic kidney disease on hemodialysis, for example); in addition to indigenous, riverside and quilombola communities.
Now, flu vaccines (Influenza) cover all people over six months of age, with or without comorbidities. The Pfizer Baby, Pfizer Pediatric and Pfizer Adult vaccines are also provided to their respective target audiences, in all UBSs. To be immunized with Pfizer Bivalente, citizens who are part of the target audience must have taken at least two doses of any vaccine against Covid-19 (complete primary vaccination schedule), respecting the four-month interval between the last dose received.
Although other vaccination campaigns coincide with applications against Covid-19, vaccines can be administered simultaneously, without the need for an interval. Among the available vaccines are: Covid-19, Influenza (flu), Meningococcal C and all others that make up the National Vaccination Calendar.
Documents and proof
Vaccines will be administered upon presentation of ID, CPF and proof of vaccination for the dose already received. In the case of children with comorbidities and people with a high degree of immunosuppression, it is also necessary to present a medical report.
At the time of immunization, children must be accompanied by their parents or guardians and carry the Vaccination Card, identity document and CPF or SUS Card, all of these documents belonging to the child. Parents or guardians of children with comorbidities or disabilities must also present proof of their risk status.
The collection of non-perishable food for the AFOMENAOEFAKE ! campaign, organized by the Social Solidarity Fund (FSS), continues at UBSs. These items will be distributed to socially vulnerable families in the city. Donation is voluntary and open to anyone who wishes and is able to contribute.