Monday, 19, the vaccination of 34-year-olds begins; Tuesday, 20, of people aged 33; and on Wednesday, the 21st, it’s the 32-year-old’s turn
A City Hall of São Paulo announced this Sunday, the 18th, the schedule of vaccination From this week. On Monday, 19, people aged 34 can already receive the first dose of the immunizing agent, on Tuesday, 20, it is the turn of those who are 33 years old and on Wednesday, 21, who are 32 years old. The Municipal Health Department (SMS) estimates that 143,297 people aged 34, 145,037 aged 33, and 147,223 aged 32 are vaccinated – adding up to a total public of 435,557 people. All vaccination posts, which include UBS and AMA/UBS Integrated, will be working, in addition to the 20 mega posts that were created to meet the great demand of this new stage of vaccination. These mega stations have more tables to carry out both registrations and applications, thus avoiding long lines.
A tip is to follow to escape from the crowds is to follow the website “De Olho na Fila”, which shows in real time what is the best time to vaccinate. In a statement, the SMS reinforced that all vaccines being applied were approved by the National Health Surveillance Agency (Anvisa) and by the World Health Organization (WHO), therefore they are safe and effective against the Covid-19. Anyone who is going to receive the vaccine must present proof of residence in the capital (physical or digital) and personal documents such as the CFP and the Unified Health System (SUS) card. To speed up the process, it is possible to pre-register on the Vacina Já website (www.vacinaja.sp.gov.br). The list of open posts in the capital can be seen on the Vacina Sampa website.