Influenza vaccination is published for all priority groups

Flu vaccination: see who can already get vaccinated in Maringá.
Photo: Américo Antoni / SESA Archives

The prefecture of Maringá has issued the flu (flu) vaccination for all priority groups of the national campaign, according to the directives of the Ministry of Health. Vaccines are available in 31 Basic Health Units (UBS) – with the exception of UBS Maringá Velho, UBS Céu Azul and UBS Pinheiros. It is necessary to present a vaccination record, personal documents and, if applicable, proof of the group to which you belong.

Check audiences:

– People aged 60 and over;

– Health workers – present a certificate, pay slip or badge with full name and photo;

– Children from 6 months to 4 years, 11 months and 29 days;

– Pregnant women of any age;

– Postpartum women of any age (up to 45 days after delivery) – present a document proving the postpartum period (birth certificate, card of pregnant woman, document from the hospital where the delivery took place) place, among others);

– People with comorbidities – present a prescription/medical reports (up to 2 years), up-to-date examinations and specific prescriptions:

– Chronic respiratory disease: asthma under inhaled or systemic corticosteroids (moderate or severe); Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): bronchiectasis; Cystic fibrosis; interstitial lung diseases; Bronchopulmonary dysplasia; Pulmonary arterial hypertension; Children with chronic lung disease of prematurity;

– Chronic heart disease: congenital heart disease; Systemic arterial hypertension with comorbidity;

– Ischemic heart disease; Heart failure.

– Chronic kidney disease: kidney disease at stages 3, 4 and 5; nephrotic syndrome; Dialysis patient.

– Chronic liver disease: Atresia of the biliary tract; Chronic hepatitis; Cirrhosis.

– Chronic neurological disease: Conditions in which respiratory function may be compromised by neurological disease. Consider the individual clinical needs of patients, including: stroke, people with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and similar conditions; Hereditary and degenerative diseases of the nervous or muscular system; Severe neurological impairment;

– Diabetes: type I and II, under medication;

– Immunosuppression: congenital or acquired;

– Obese Grau III;

– Transplanted: solid organs; Bone marrow.

– Persons with permanent disabilities;

– People with trisomies: Down syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, Wakany syndrome, among other trisomies.

– Teachers in public or private schools – present a certificate, pay slip or badge with surname, first name and photo;

– Population deprived of liberty;

– Indigenous peoples from six months;

– Truck drivers, road and urban public transport workers – present a document proving the effective exercise of the function;

– Port workers – present a document proving the effective exercise of the function;

– Workers of the security and relief forces and the armed forces – active link with the service of the armed forces or presentation of a declaration issued by the service in which it operates;

Vaccines against Covid-19 can be applied simultaneously with the flu vaccine or with any interval of other routine vaccines in people from 12 years of age. Children aged 5 to 11 must wait 15 days between doses, giving priority to vaccination against Covid-19.

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