Campos will pair vaccination calendar with the state – Portal Viu

The Municipality of Campos dos Goytacazes will pair the vaccination calendar with the single vaccination calendar of the State Government.

With the measure, the municipality will arrive until the 18th of April having vaccinated men and women aged 65 and over.

“Due to the Passion Friday holiday, we decided that, from April 5, to vaccinate uninterruptedly until the 18th and then arrive at the age of 65”, informed the director of Primary Care, Rodrigo RAM.

According to Rodrigo Carneiro, the vaccination of health professionals for the 1st dose continues to be carried out by the extramural scheme, by means of a list of professionals from clinics, pharmacies, universities and hospitals, which will continue in the coming weeks. The 2nd dose of health professionals will continue at health posts.

This Thursday (01) the first dose will be applied to men aged 72 years or older, in addition to the second vaccination of the Coronavac vaccine in other elderly and health professionals. Immunization follows through the password distribution system, from 9 am to 3 pm. More details HERE

Still on Thursday, the Secretariat for Primary Care, Surveillance and Health Promotion starts vaccination against Covid-19 in quilombolas in Conceição do Imbé.

More details HERE

VACCINATION SCHEDULE:

5/4 – 71 years old or more woman

6/4 – 71 years old or more man

7/4 – 70 years old or more woman

8/4 – 70 years old or more man

9/4 – 69 years old or more woman

10/4 – 69 years old or more man

11/4 – 68 years old or more woman

12/4 – 68 years old or more man

13/4 – 67 years old or more woman

14/4 – 67 years old or more man

15/4 – 66 years old or more man

16/4 – 66 years old or more man

17/4 – 65 years old or more woman

18/4 – 65 years more man


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