So far, the Municipality has immunized 87,332 thousand people, representing 90.21% of the doses that were sent. Information on the progress of the vaccination is available on the “Vaccinometer” – a tool created by the City of Uberlândia. Through it, anyone can follow the quantity of doses that the city received and applied, the percentage of vaccination, manufacturer, among others.
Mr. Dejair de Paula Figueiredo, taking the vaccine is a form of protection. “I feel happy, being vaccinated, protected, so that soon life will return to normal,” he said.
Ana Maria Costa e Silva was accompanied by her daughter, Mariana Costa e Silva Marques, who made a point of recording her relief by bringing her mother to vaccinate: “Today is an important day for us, bringing my mother to get the vaccine is a I relieve my heart, ”he said.
Registration and scheduling consultation
The immunization of the priority public against Covid-19 in Uberlândia takes place through prior registration. The access is made in the Portal of the City Hall, in the tab “Confronting the Coronavirus” and then just access the button “Registration Vaccination”. Whoever registered to receive the vaccine can follow the immunization schedule. The City Hall made available the option “Consult Schedule” in the upper right corner of the registration page for the vaccine (check here).
To access the page, it is necessary to inform if you are elderly or health worker, enter your CPF and date of birth. With the new online service, the user gets more details about the schedule and information about the vaccine application: if it is the 1st or 2nd dose, manufacturer of the vaccine, as well as the date, time and place of the application. Even with the tool, the registered person still receives the confirmation of the appointment by text message on the cell phone (SMS).
To avoid unnecessary queues, it is recommended strictly respect the scheduled time. If you have any questions about the location of the appointment, you should contact the Health Ombudsman. The number is 0800-940-1480 (for landline calls) or 3256-3800 (for cell phone calls).
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