The capital of São Paulo is making vaccines available this weekend. This Saturday (16), the Integrated AMAs/UBSs are making available, until 7 pm, vaccines against covid-19, flu, measles and polio. Application sites can be found at Search Health portalfrom the city hall.
Children from 5 to 11 years of age, adolescents and adults can be vaccinated against covid-19. Stations will apply the first dose (D1), the second (D2) and additional booster doses (DAs).
Against the influenza virus, which causes the flu, the vaccine is available for seniors over 60 and healthcare workers.
Against measles, children aged six months and younger than five years, health professionals and those born after 1960 can be vaccinated. This also applies to travelers, immigrants and refugees from endemic or outbreak countries.
Tomorrow (17), Easter Sunday, the population will be able to get vaccinated against covid-19 and the flu in the tent set up on Avenida Paulista (nº 52), from 8 am to 4 pm, and at the posts set up in Buenos Aires, Severo Gomes, do Carmo, Vila Lobos, Independência, and Juventude, from 8 am to 5 pm.