Vaccination against Covid-19, flu, measles and polio, in addition to the immunizations provided for in the National Vaccination Calendar, continue in the capital this Thursday (1st).
In the vaccination against Covid-19, children aged 3 to 4 years without comorbidities can now receive the first dose of Coronavac. For this, those responsible must present an identification document (preferably with CPF) of the minor. The second dose is given 28 days after the first.
Following recommendations from the Ministry of Health, the Covid-19 vaccine can be administered simultaneously with other immunizing agents, for children between 3 and 11 years of age, that is, the minimum interval of 15 days between doses is no longer necessary.
The second additional dose (DA2) of the vaccine is available to the entire population over 18 years of age. To receive the immunizer, the citizen must have received the first additional dose (DA1) for at least four months. The third additional dose (DA3) is available for immunosuppressed people over 40 years of age, following the same deadline criteria.
The population aged 18 years and over who started the vaccination schedule with Janssen’s immunizer can now receive the third additional dose, provided they have taken the second additional dose for at least 4 months.
Influenza, measles and polio vaccination
The vaccine against the influenza virus, which causes the flu, is available to the entire population of the capital over six months of age.
For the measles vaccine, children older than six months and younger than five years, health professionals and those born after 1960 are eligible.
Against poliomyelitis, the Municipal Health Department participates, until September 9, in the national vaccination campaign, for children from one year to 4 years and 11 months of age. The campaign aims to immunize, with the oral vaccine against poliomyelitis (VOP), children who are on the complete priority scheme with the inactivated vaccine against poliomyelitis (VIP).
Integrated AMAs/UBSs also carry out vaccination aimed at children, with the availability of immunizing agents such as: triple viral (measles, mumps and rubella), tetraviral (measles, mumps, rubella and chickenpox), BCG, pentavalent, inactivated polio vaccine (VIP ), oral polio vaccine (OPV), pneumo 10, rotavirus, meningus C, meningus ACWY, chickenpox, hepatitis A and B, yellow fever, DTP (diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough), adult duo, HPV and pneumo 23.
In the city of São Paulo, vaccination takes place every day of the week in health units and other addresses. Follow up by accessing the Sampa Vaccine.
Service – Vaccination in the capital
September 1, 2022 (Thursday)
Megaposts: Vaccination Adolescents and Adults – Open from 8 am to 5 pm
Basic Health Units (UBSs): Vaccination Children, Adolescents and Adults – Open from 7 am to 7 pm
Integrated AMAs/UBSs: Vaccination Children, Adolescents and Adults – Open from 7 am to 7 pm
SECOM – City Hall of the City of São Paulo
Phones: 3113-8835/ 3113-8831
Email: [email protected]
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