The national multi-vaccination campaign for children and adolescents starts on August 8 ‹ O Régional

Between August 8 and September 9, the Municipal Directorate of Health and Epidemiological Surveillance (VE) of Mogi Guaçu participates in the National Polio Vaccination Campaign for children up to 4 years, 11 months and 29 days, in addition to the Multi-vaccination Campaign to Update the vaccination record of children and adolescents up to 15 years old. Also on August 20, a Saturday, there will be a D-Day vaccination action for the specific public.

The VE nurse, Aline Roberta Leme, explained that all vaccines for children and adolescents will be made available by the Unified Health System (SUS) exclusively to this public and offered in the 21 Basic Health Units (UBB) of the town from Monday to Friday .fair, from 8 am to 10.45 am and from 1 pm to 3 pm. On the day of the national mobilization, the service will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The objective of the campaigns is to reduce the risk of reintroduction of poliomyelitis in the country and to ensure that children and adolescents receive all the vaccines recommended by the National Vaccination Plan (PNI). “It is important that parents and guardians take their children to the nearest health center to receive the vaccines and thus update the vaccination status. We cannot open the door to diseases like infantile paralysis and so many others that we can prevent with safe vaccines offered free of charge by the SUS,” she said.

Aline Leme commented that updating the booklet is essential to increase vaccination coverage, control and reduce the incidence of diseases and avoid possible epidemics. “It’s an opportunity for parents to update their children’s vaccination records in a single day, because vaccination prevents the spread of diseases that cause sequelae or even death in children and adolescents,” said he pointed out.

The nurse pointed out that it will be possible to get vaccinated against the human papilloma virus (HPV), a vaccine exclusive to girls aged 9 to 14 and boys aged 11 to 14. “HPV is a virus that infects the skin or mucous membranes – oral, genital or anal – in both men and women. Cervical cancer is associated with persistent infection with oncogenic subtypes of the HPV virus.

National Vaccination Campaign against Poliomyelitis and Multi-vaccination 2022
Period: August 8 to September 9
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

UBS Health Center
UBS South Zone
USF Herminio Bueno
USF Eucalyptus
UBS Guacu Mirim
USF Rosa Cruz
UBS Midwest
UBS Type II
USF Ype Pinheiro
USF Alto dos Ypes
USF Guacuano
UBS North Zone
USF Zaniboni II
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USF Fantinat
USF Santa Terezinha
USF Santa Cecilia
USF Chaparral
USF Sweden
USF Martinho Prado
USF Chacaras Alvorada

Vaccines available to children
BCG; Hepatitis B; Polio 1,2,3 (VIP – inactivated); Poliomyelitis 1 and 3 (POV – attenuated); Human Rotavirus G1P1 (HRV); DTP+Hib+HB (Penta); pneumococcus 10 valent; Meningococcus C (conjugate); yellow fever (mild); measles, mumps, rubella (CRS); Measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (SCRV); Hepatitis A (HA); Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTC); Diphtheria, Tetanus (dT); human papilloma virus (HPV); Varicella.

Vaccines made available to adolescents
Hepatitis B (recombinant HB); Diphtheria, Tetanus (dT); yellow fever (mild); measles, mumps and rubella (CRS); human papilloma virus (HPV); Meningococcus ACWY (conjugate).

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