City hall starts vaccinating elderly people aged 63 | Campo Grande and MS News

City hall starts vaccinating elderly people aged 63 | Campo Grande and MS News
City hall starts vaccinating elderly people aged 63 | Campo Grande and MS News

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Vaccination campaign in Corumbá

Corumbá City Hall started this Monday (5), the immunization of 63-year olds and the application of the second dose of the Coronavac vaccine. The campaign is carried out through the Drive Thru system and will be open from 7:30 am to 4 pm. It is worth mentioning that the interval between doses of Coronavac is 2 to 4 weeks.

According to the city, in addition to the drive thru, there will be a fixed vaccination point at the site. Bedridden patients, registered in the health network, will receive doses at home.

The municipality follows the National Vaccination Plan, which aims to gradually immunize priority groups, according to the advisory, as of the arrival of new doses, registration will be opened for new ages and other comorbidities.

Service:

To receive the first dose, it is necessary to register on the site: http://vacina.corumba.ms.gov.br/coronavirus/. More information can be obtained at the Immunization Center by calling 3907-5425.

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