Flu shots in Mogi das Cruzes are starting to appeal to a new audience

This Monday (9), the flu vaccine announcement in Mogi das Cruzes was extended to a new audience, according to data from the Department of Health City.

To date, the following groups have been vaccinated: indigenous and quilombola communities; faculty and staff of other functions in infant, primary, secondary and tertiary schools; and people with disabilities and comorbidities (as listed below).

Educational professionals must present proof of school performance, such as a receipt or badge, and that the disabled and / or healthy persons should Bring medical, diagnostic, disclosure or medical records that prove their condition. Indigenous peoples or quilombolas must also provide proof of race.

Vaccinations continue in all clinics and in Pró-Hiper, with access by car or walk, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All adults should be present with personal information including photo, CPF and proof of previous vaccination against Covid-19 because, if possible and at room level, you can make or present an application.

comorbidities

Medication risks with seasonal flu vaccines

Medical risk category show
chronic respiratory disease Asthma using inhalers or corticosteroids (severe or severe); COPD; Bronchiectasis; Cystic Fibrosis; Interstitial diseases; Bronchopulmonary dysplasia; Pulmonary arterial hypertension; Children with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
heart disease Congenital heart disease; Systemic arterial hypertension with comorbidity;Ischemic heart disease; Heart failure.
kidney disease Kidney disease stages 3, 4 and 5; Nephrotic syndrome; Patient of dialysis.
liver disease Biliary atresia, chronic hepatitis, high blood pressure.
neurological disorders Conditions in respiratory disease can be affected by neurological diseases; Consider the needs of patients such as: Stroke, People with mental illness, multiple sclerosis, and similar conditions; Infectious diseases of the brain or muscles; Mental illness is severe.
Diabetes Diabetes mellitus type I and type II in medicine.
disease prevention Congenital or acquired immunodeficiency Immunosuppression by disease or medication
rog Grade III obesity.
change Physical fitness; bone marrow.
carry the trisomies Down Syndrome, Klinefelter Syndrome, Wakany Syndrome, and other trisomies
Source: Ministry of Health

Covid-19

The update to the Covid-19 vaccine in Mogi das Cruzes is also complete by Click Vaccine.

The deadline for application for a second dose of Astrazeneca vaccine is eight weeks after the first dose; for Pfizer 12 years + it is 21 days after the 1st dose; for Pfizer children (ages 5 to 11) it is eight weeks after the first dose; for Coronavac 18 years or older, 15 days after 1st dose; and for Coronavac 6 through 17 years, 28 days after the first dose.

The application deadline for people over 18 years of age is four months for the first and second doses of AstraZeneca, Pfizer or Coronavac. At the same time is appropriate for the application of additional vaccines for adults 60 years of age and older.

Anyone with questions can call SIS 160.

This story was last modified on 9 May, 2022 6:53 PM

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