The Federal District woke up with queues at vaccination centers this Wednesday (8/9), when the Department of Health Start by anticipating the second dose For those whose D2 is scheduled until September 24th. Immunization points give a booster dose to those who have received the Covid-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca or Pfizer on D1.
At the University Hospital Brasilia (HUB), the movement has been great. At 9:30 a.m., the on-site vaccination line had more than 80 people in it.
The couple, Indira Quaresma, 47, and Jose Luis Quaresma, 48, were due to be vaccinated on September 19, but were expected to do so on Wednesday. “I am very happy to be able to improve my cycle. We were worried and to be able to complete the vaccination soon is a great happiness,” the lawyer said.
Jose was also excited about D2. “We don’t mind the waiting list, although it is going very slowly today. We are happy and assured that if a third dose appears, we will actually be able to take it,” said the systems analyst.
Watch what the HUB queue looks like:
At UBS 2 in Guará, D2 is also applied only from AstraZeneca and there are waiting lists this morning. Check out the pictures:
Cruzeiro’s UBS 1 was also lining up to anticipate immunization. More than 90 people were waiting in one line at 11 am.
Public servant Sergio Antonio, 51, expects D2 to kick off on Wednesday. The vaccine was scheduled for September 10. “I am happy, because the sooner the better. This immunization of the population could have been faster,” he defended the residents of the Southwest.
Carlos Renato Silva arrived at 10 a.m. to anticipate a vaccine, which was scheduled for September 9. “I was able to foresee it one day and it came right away. I was afraid of running out. I waited in line for a while, but it was worth it,” the official from the DER celebrated.
At Parking 13 in Parque da Cidade, there were about 50 cars waiting in line at 11:30 am.
The picturesque illuminator Moisés Vasconcelos, 44, arrived at the scene at 11 a.m. to take the D2. “I was really looking forward to receiving the vaccination, and when I learned to expect, I was much happier. My question is to be careful with the lab’s recommendations for the second dose. If we can anticipate that, we should do it sooner, given that new strains are infecting more people.”
Daniel Dorado, 40, had his second dose scheduled for Sept. 22 and received his second dose on Wednesday. “Today is the first day of anticipation, and I am in a hurry to complete the course. For me it has been very helpful. We already got our vaccination late, but now it seems we are moving faster,” said the government employee who lives in the Southwest.
The prediction for the second dose was announced last Monday (6/9), during a press conference held Ministry of Health of the Federal District. The World Development Foundation has adopted a strategy to accelerate the completion of the two-dose vaccination cycle to protect the local population.
Check out the D2 app sites on Wednesdays:
Anyone who has been vaccinated outside of DF and intends to take the second dose in the capital must present with the vaccination card proof of residency. Already people who took the first dose in the federal capital must present only the Ministry of Health vaccination card.
Those who have not yet taken the first dose can start a course of vaccination in the following places:
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