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115,260 people in Sorocaba have already had immunization against influenza. Campaign ends



on 31 May. Its population is vaccinated by 175,543 people

The population estimated to be vaccinated in the risk groups is 175,543 people with a target of 90% coverage. The Influenza Vaccination Campaign has entered the final stretch, with 115,260 people in Sorocaba already immunized, corresponding to 65.14% of the vaccination cover. Department of Health (SES) data is transmitted until 17h last Wednesday (15). The campaign officially ends on 31 May. The population estimated to be vaccinated by the risk groups is 1
75,543 people with a target of 90% coverage.

From next Monday (20), people in the risk groups will only have 10 days to conduct immunization campaigns. Health Secretary Kely Schettini calls for a statement that Sorocabanos should have one of the 32 Basic Health Units (BCUs) spread across the city to suit the target audience. "The Health Secretariat works hard to promote health in the municipality, but we also have an awareness and cooperation of people to achieve the goal of vaccination," he says. , children from six months to less than six years of age, indigenous people, health workers from public and private services, patients with chronic diseases, pregnant women, teachers, women women, civilian civilian police, firefighters and members active of the Armed Forces.

The target population with the lowest coverage is the population with chronic diseases, with 15,468 doses in operation (44.90%), followed by children aged 6 months to 5 years and 11 months immunized to 23,042 people ( 53.69%) and pregnant women, with 3,947 doses (58.90%). In postnatal women, 812 doses (73.68%), 12,784 health workers (73.08%) and 3,592 teachers (75.40%) were immunized. The highest dose was applied to older people, namely 50,982 people over 60 years of age (77.36% of cover). In addition, there were 4,633 people vaccinated by non-target groups.

"D-Day" vaccination was performed on 4 May, when the BHUs were opened on Saturday, but no other activities of the type. Addresses and opening hours of SBS can be checked via the link: http://saude.sorocaba.sp.gov.br/._19659009 bookEm Votorantim

Votorantim Flu Vaccination Campaign reached 77, 34% of the target population of the elderly , which corresponds to 8,239 doses. According to the Department of Health (Sesa), 4,409 children were vaccinated, covered 51.46%, 825 health workers (40.11%), 603 pregnant women (48.38%), 153 profound women (74.63%), 565 teachers (60.11%) and 3,720 people with comorbidities (46.15%).

Prevention

The Ministry of Health warns that the World Health Organization (WHO) looks at the flu. one of the major challenges affecting all countries. The recommended prevention measures are vaccination – the most effective way to prevent disease – as well as the anti-virus treatment strategy and the adoption of respiratory etiquette and healthy habits.

Respiratory labeling is a simple measure that can transmit infectious diseases, such as frequent hand washing with soap and water. It helps the person to transmit the disease to another person or to become infected.

Influenza virus was caused by the flu virus and transmitted by the expulsion of the sick person when talking, sneezing or coughing. These particles, which can be taken at distances greater than 1 meter, are infected with the flu virus. Another form of transmission involves placing your hands on your mouth, nose and eyes after handling a contaminated surface such as a handrail or table.

Sorocaba Health Department gives some tips to prevent them:

] – Protect the nose and mouth.
– Wash your hands with soap and water and use alcohol 70% regularly, especially after getting in touch with your nose and your cheeks.
– Maintain healthy habits: Eat well, eat well, eat well, eat well, eat well, sleep well and practice. (Priscila Fernandes)


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