Maceió will be the first capital of Brazil to vaccinate the entire priority group against Covid-19 – Prime Time Zone

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According to the City Hall, all people who are part of this public will receive at least one dose of immunizers until this Wednesday, 19

EFE/EPA/FAZRY ISMAILso far, 306,476 vaccines against Covid-19 have been applied in the capital – 208,749 people received the first dose and 97,727 completed the immunization schedule

According to the Municipality of Maceio, the capital of Alagoas will conclude this Wednesday, 19, the application of at least one dose of the vaccine against Covid-19 in all people who are part of the priority groups provided for in the National Immunization Plan. In this way, Maceió will be the first Brazilian capital to immunize the entire priority group. “Tomorrow, the city will vaccinate industry and construction workers aged 18 or over, thus ending the last priority group in the National Immunization Plan. Maceió also continues as the capital that most vaccines in the whole country, according to data from Localiza SUS ”, informed the City in a note to the Young pan.

Being in the 3rd phase of the immunization plan, they can receive vaccines against Covid-19 in the capital, people with permanent disabilities, people with comorbidities, pregnant women, transplant recipients, individuals on the streets and deprived of their liberty. In addition to them, workers in basic education and higher education, health, armed forces, urban cleaning, truck drivers and professionals in public, rail, air and port transportation are also able to immunize. With the completion of this stage of vaccination, the expectation of the City Hall is to start this Thursday, 20, the application of doses in people with 59 years who do not have comorbidities. As immunizers are applied, the age released for immunization will be decreased. According to the vaccinometer, so far, 306,476 vaccines against Covid-19 have been applied in the capital – 208,749 people received the first dose and 97,727 completed the immunization schedule.