Official Portal of the City Hall of Campos dos Goytacazes

This Saturday (18), the Campos City Hall, through the Health Department, held the Multivaccination Task Force: Who loves, vaccines! During immunization, which began early in the morning at the Basic Family Health Unit (UBSF), in Parque Prazeres, 88 doses were applied among children, adolescents, adults and the elderly.

Dona Almerinda Leocardio da Silva, 97 years old, resident of the neighborhood, went to the unit to receive the bivalent vaccine. She says that she always took all the immunizers.

“The vaccine is good so that a person doesn’t get sick. It’s good for people who take the vaccine, recover what we had. Come and take the injection which is the best thing in the world” said retired Almerinda.

Bricklayer helper Luciano Ribeiro Resende, 55, had not taken the third dose of the vaccine against Covid-19. He says he took the day off to do the immunization.

“During the week I am working. This was the opportunity for me to vaccinate, and not get this disease. It’s great that we can get the vaccine on a Saturday,” said the worker.

Pregnant woman Mirlane Silva Soares, 32, who works as a system analyst, also took the opportunity to be vaccinated.

“I had a medical indication to take two vaccines, because I’m pregnant. I took advantage of the day off and came to take the immunizers. During the week I don’t have time and I took advantage of it”, he highlighted.

The Secretariat maintains the application of vaccines on the basic routine schedule and Covid-19, including the bivalent vaccine, on weekends. The immunization of children, adolescents and adults takes place at the Children’s Clinic and the Pre-Hospital Unit (UPH) Saldanha Marinho this Sunday (19), from 8am to 5pm. In both places the service is on demand.

The article is in Portuguese

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