In the health units in the city, doctors and other health professionals in this age group began to receive the first dose in the second (5).
In the case of the station set up at Cremesp, vaccination is only for doctors. Vaccination on site takes place from 9 am to 5 pm.
Doctors must have the CRM or photo ID in hand, in addition to previously registering on the vaccine.sp.gov.br website.
Those who go to the place for the 2nd dose – specifically aimed at those who took the 1st at Cremesp – must present themselves with the vaccination card.
There will be no drive-thru system these days.
According to Cremesp, those who are unable to go to the municipality on the day stipulated by the vaccination card to receive the second dose, may appear later, as long as the stipulated period between doses is respected.
Schedule: Monday to Friday from 8h to 17h
Vaccination against Covid-19 began in Brazil on January 17, shortly after the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) approved the emergency use of CoronaVac, produced by the Chinese laboratory Sinovac in partnership with the Butantan Institute.
Nurse Mônica Calazans, 54, who lives in Itaquera, in the East Zone of São Paulo, was the first person, outside of clinical studies, to receive the vaccine.
The Brazilian National Immunization Program (PNI) started on January 18th, and started to be made after the distribution of the 6 million doses of CoronaVac imported already ready from China.
In the state of São Paulo, vaccination started with frontline health professionals in the fight against coronavirus, indigenous people, quilombolas and the elderly who lived in institutions and has been expanding the target population according to the availability of the vaccine.
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