According to the City Hall’s schedule, the 42- and 43-year-old group will be immunized between Wednesday and Thursday and, next week, the 41-year-old population

EFE / EPA / JUNG YEON-JE / ArchiveCity of São Paulo informs dates of vaccination against Covid-19

A City Hall of São Paulo announced the start of vaccination against the Covid-19 to the age group from 44 to 45 years old for this Tuesday, the 29th. The expectation is to reach 241,578 people in this group for the first dose. Between Wednesday and Thursday, it will be the turn of the age groups 42 and 43 years old, with an estimated audience of 266,000 people. The Health Department reported that on Friday, the 2nd, there will be a “recap” of the public from 42 to 46 years old, and on Saturday the Basic Health Units (UBSs) with Integrated Outpatient Medical Assistance (AMAs) will apply only to second dose of immunizers. Next week, from Monday to Wednesday, the capital will open vaccination for the 41 year old population, estimated at 132,000 people. Those who have not been vaccinated before, but are part of the eligible audiences, can go to UBSs around the capital and get vaccinated.

To ensure vaccination, it is mandatory to present at the time of vaccination a proof of residence in the capital, along with personal documents, preferably the Individual Taxpayer’s Registry (CPF) and the Unified Health System (SUS) card. The proof of address can be presented physically or digitally. If there is not in the name of the citizen, proofs will be accepted in the name of the spouse, partner, parents and children, provided that a document proving the parentage or marital status is also presented, such as General Registry (RG), birth certificate, certificate of marriage or deed of stable union. In addition to the documents, it is necessary to pre-register on the “Vacina Já” website to speed up the service time at the vaccination posts. Just enter data such as full name, CPF, address, telephone and date of birth.

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