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National flu and measles vaccination campaigns enter the final week, according to the latest guidelines from the Ministry of Health. Therefore, the Municipal Health Service (SMS) appeals to the population belonging to the priority groups not to miss getting vaccinated.

Vaccination against influenza, which protects against Influenza A H1N1 and H3N2 viruses, including the Darwin strain, and Influenza B, reached 57,548 doses applied until last Wednesday (15). As for measles, there were 8,199 doses. Both campaigns started in April.

“It is essential that eligible people receive the vaccines. The more people vaccinated, the better the general protection,” said Undersecretary for Primary Care, Surveillance and Health Promotion and Infectious Disease Specialist Rodrigo Carneiro.

Exclusive vaccination of priority groups takes place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., in dozens of posts, including Campos Shopping and UBSF Conselheiro Josino, until next Friday (24), as indicated below:

Exclusive influenza and measles vaccination stations for children without comorbidities aged 6 months to 4 years, 11 months and 29 days:

Children’s City; Guarus Health Center; Advisor UBSF Josino; UBSF Lagoa de Cima; UBSF Custodopolis; UBSF road fleet; UBSF Sao Sebastiao; UBSF Felix Miranda; UBSF Parque Prazeres; UBSF Santos Dumont; IPS UBSF; UBSF Imperial Park; Penha UBS; UBS Ponta Grossa; UBS Santa Maria; UBSF Saturnino Braga; UBS strains; UBS Venda Nova; UBSF Vila Nova; UBSF Morangaba; UBSF Dores of Macabu; UBSF Ponta da Lama; UBS Poco Gordo; UBSF Lagamar/Farol de São Tomé, in addition to UPH Travessão and UPH Ururaí.

Vaccination station against influenza and measles in children with comorbidities and disabilities from 6 months to 4 years, 11 months and 29 days:

Reference Center for Special Immunobiology (CRIE).

Flu and measles vaccination posts for health professionals:

Shopping fields; automobile club; Guarus Health Center; and UBSF São Sebastiao.

Exclusive post-flu vaccination in pregnant and postpartum women:

Municipal Department of Health.

Influenza vaccination station for children aged 5 to 11 years, 11 months and 29 days with comorbidities and disabilities:

Reference Center for Special Immunobiology (CRIE).

Influenza vaccination posts for people aged 12 and over with comorbidities and disabilities; people aged 60 or over; port workers; truck’s driver; road public transport workers for urban and long-distance passengers, including taxi drivers and van license holders registered with the Municipal Institute of Transit and Transport (IMTT); and education professionals from the public and private network:

Shopping fields; automobile club; Guarus Health Center; Municipal Sports Foundation, formerly AABB; Jardim Carioca Olympic Village; Kiosk at the Roberto Silveira bus station; Senior Club; at the Drive of the Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense (UENF); and UBSF São Sebastiao.


Children without comorbidities and the elderly: identity document, CPF, proof of address and vaccination record.

Children and adults with comorbidities: photo ID, CPF, proof of address, vaccination record and supporting document: medical report; revenue; free public transport cards, including the municipal autism identification card (CMIA); records of attendance at rehabilitation centers or specialized units; official document that identifies the disability; card for a program, such as the Asthma and Rhinitis Patient Assistance Program (Proapar) or High Complexity Care Units (UNACON), among others.

Pregnant and postpartum women: document with photo, CPF, vaccination record, proof of address and prenatal card.

Other priority groups: documents with photos, CPF, proof of address, document proving the effective exercise of the function. In the case of taxi drivers and van license holders, registration with the Municipal Institute of Transit and Transportation (IMTT) may be required.

Employees of the system of deprivation of liberty, the prison population and adolescents in socio-educational measures, as well as the armed forces, security and rescue forces, are assisted in the units themselves.

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