The rabies vaccination campaign ended its main phase on September 30, and so far 14,824 dogs and 3,935 cats have received the necessary vaccination. However, the Department of Endemic Diseases, directly linked to the Ministry of Health, recognizes the importance of serving those who face particular difficulties with regard to mobility and those who care for more than five animals.
To ensure that all members of the community, that is, all citizens of Sinobense, have access to the rabies vaccination, the reservation period for special cases has been extended until next Tuesday, the 31st, as a last opportunity to pay attention to this matter. An important initiative for a healthy life for your pets. This expansion aims to accommodate the elderly and those who face mobility challenges, as well as owners of more than five animals.
People who meet the criteria for special cases should call as soon as possible to schedule a vaccination appointment, by calling (66) 3511-1829 or (66) 9 9994-8559. Don’t miss this opportunity, the team will go to homes to conduct on-site vaccination.
The Department of Health, through the Endemic Disease Department, is committed to keeping the community safe and healthy, and rabies vaccination plays an essential role in this effort. Don’t miss this last chance to ensure your animals are healthy and protected from rabies!
Endemic Diseases Coordinator, Alif de Souza Costa, highlights the need for immunization. “The rabies vaccine is essential for the prevention of rabies, a disease that can be fatal to both animals and humans. Therefore, it is important that residents who fall into these special situations take advantage of this opportunity to protect their four-legged friends and, at the same time, Contributing to the safety of the entire community.
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