Town hall of Aparecida de Goiania

Vaccination card can be updated without planning

The Health Department of Aparecida de Goiânia (SMS) provides free vaccination in 36 fixed posts distributed throughout the city. The offer follows the National Vaccination Program (PNI). It is not necessary to make an appointment to access the service, just look for one of the posts with personal documents in hand and the vaccination record. In all, the proposed vaccinations protect the population against more than 30 diseases, including covid-19 and influenza. Know more:

Vaccination centers

Vaccination is available at the following stations:

  • Vaccination center
  • Marlene Teixeira Maternity
  • UBS Andrade Reis;
  • Blue Hill UBS;
  • UBS Bairro Cardoso;
  • UBS Delfiore;
  • UBS Alto Paraiso;
  • UBS Bandeirantes;
  • UBS Barrio Ilda;
  • UBS Independence;
  • UBS Buriti Serene;
  • UBS Champs Elysees;
  • UBS Candido de Queiroz;
  • UBS Caribbean;
  • UBS Chacara Sao Pedro;
  • UBS Cruzeiro do Sul;
  • UBS Garden Bela Vista;
  • UBS Jardim Boa Esperança;
  • UBS Garden dos Buritis;
  • UBS Jardim dos Ipes;
  • UBS Florence Garden;
  • UBS Olympic Garden;
  • UBS Jardim Paraiso;
  • UBS Mother Germana;
  • UBS Butterfly Park;
  • UBS Trindade Park;
  • UBS Pontal Sul II;
  • Anhambi Residential UBS;
  • UBS Residencial Garavelo Park;
  • UBS Retiro do Bosque;
  • UBS Garden Riviera;
  • UBS Rosa dos Ventos;
  • UBS Santo André
  • UBS Santa Lucia;
  • UBS Veiga Garden;.
  • UBS Expansu

Opening hours

The Vaccination Center is open Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Marlene Teixeira Maternity Vaccination Room is open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. UBS is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Vaccination against Covid

All residents of Aparecida have access to vaccination against covid-19 at the 36 fixed posts in the city. The first dose is applied upon presentation of an identity document or birth certificate, an SUS or CPF card and a vaccination record. Children under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Children from 3 years old can be vaccinated.

The second dose is applied according to the minimum intervals planned between the first and the second application: 28 days for Coronavac and eight weeks for Pfizer and AstraZeneca.

Additionally, anyone over the age of 12 who received the second dose of Coronavac, AstraZeneca or Pfizer at least four months ago can now receive the booster dose (third dose).

Residents over the age of 18 who received the single dose of Janssen can also receive the first booster two months apart and the second booster four months apart.

The fourth dose is available to anyone over 30, health workers and immunocompromised people over 18, provided that the four-month interval between the third and fourth dose is respected. The rule applies to all vaccines, regardless of the laboratory, i.e. it includes Coronavac, AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Janssen.

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