On Wednesday, August 18, the municipality of Kamakoa, through the Municipal Health Department, released a new Covid-19 vaccination schedule. The city will get a vaccination of new audiences ahead of the joint effort that will take place on Sunday (22).
The vaccination takes place at the Viégas Immunization Centre, in the urban social centre, where the teams are committed to serving the entire population of Cameroon.
Anyone who will receive the first dose of the immunizing agent must provide an identification document and proof of residency.
The second dose is still applied every day of the week, which, as determined by the Ministry of Health, no longer expects the vaccine.
Each citizen must follow the date indicated in advance on his vaccination card.
This Thursday, the secretariat will cover people 22 and older, with the vaccine in place from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. The Secretariat will also continue to apply the second dose.
On Friday, the age group to be covered will be 21 or older, starting at 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The second dose will also be provided to the population.
On this day, the application of the first dose continues for people 21 years of age or older, with only a change in working hours, from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. The second dose application service follows normally.
This Sunday, August 22, the Department of Health will hold a D-Day for Immunization. Vaccines against influenza, yellow fever and a Covid-19 vaccine will be given to people 18 years of age or older.
The vaccination will take place at Praça Zeca Netto, from 2 pm to 5 pm. All people who have not yet had any of the offered vaccinations can go to the site.
A structure will be established to serve the population, with influenza and yellow fever vaccinations for all ages. Confirmation that people aged 60 or over can receive a yellow fever vaccination agent only by submitting a medical certificate.
The Covid-19 vaccine will be released to people 18 years of age or older, for the first dose, as well as the second dose for people who have been previously scheduled through protocols.
For young people, it is necessary to present an identity document and proof of residence.
People who will receive the vaccinations will be directed by community health agents, who will fill out forms for who will receive the first dose against Covid-19. In the event of rain, the combined voltage will be moved to a new date, which will be announced by the Municipal Health Service.
The information was brought by the Municipal Health Minister, Renato Sanhudo Nunes, who participated in the Bom Dia Camacoa programme, presented by Elias Belaski, along with the nurse and head of the immunization sector, Daniele Heine.
In response to a question from the presenter, representatives of the Ministry of Health confirmed that in the event of rain, as the MetSul forecast indicates, the date of D-Day will be moved.
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