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Check the flu vaccination schedule in Nova Friburgo next week |  Nova Friborg

Check the flu vaccination schedule in Nova Friburgo next week | Nova Friborg

The City of Nova Friburgo, through the Municipal Health Department, has informed that the vaccination against H1N1 influenza (influenza) in Nova Friburgo will take place next week on 9 and 10, Wednesday and Thursday. This time the focus will be on vaccination Seniors over 70 years old.

Presentation of the vaccination brochure is mandatory, especially for people who have already taken one or two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. It is worth noting that an interval of at least 15 days between influenza vaccine Covid and influenza is required.

Seniors over 70 years of age will be vaccinated from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, in the following units: Alberto da Rosa Pinheiro Sports Gym (Paulino Councilor), Imperatriz de Olaria Samba School (Pottery), João Antunes Nogueira Sports Gym – Beca (Cordoera) and at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), in La Guinha.

On Wednesdays, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., vaccination is also done in Family Health Strategies in Centenario, São Lourenço, Campo do Coelho, Conquista, Nova Suiça, Amparo, Riograndina, Terra Nova and Pottery (I, II and III) and UBS/ESF São Geraldo (Fifth Baptist Church).

On Thursday, 10, also from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., the vaccine will be introduced at Family Health Strategies in Lumiar, São Pedro da Serra, Vargem Alta, Stucky, Varginha, Mury, Rio Bonito, and ESF/UBS of São Geraldo (Fifth Baptist Church). ).

In the following week, days 16 and 17, the vaccination of the elderly will continue at the same points. It is important to emphasize that Pregnant women, women and children after childbirth They are between six months, five years, 11 months and 29 days Continue to vaccinate Against the flu from Monday to Friday, in the vaccination rooms of Centro, Olaria and Conselheiro Paulino, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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