Itapevi will be held on Saturday, 25th, the day of multiple vaccinations against Covid-19, influenza and measles.

The city of Itapevi will be multi-vaccinated against Covid-19, influenza and measles from 8 am to 4 pm on Saturday (25) at six health units in Amado Bueno, Cardoso, Laigna, Sababano and Santa Cecilia. -Day was held. And Vitapolis.

The measles campaign is only for children aged 6 months to 5 years and medical professionals who need to break vaccination records.

The Covid-19 vaccine is intended for children (from 5 years old), adolescents, adults, and the elderly who need to renew their vaccination card on the first and second doses in addition to the booster dose.

Influenza immunity (influenza) includes elderly people over 60 years old, children 6 months to 5 years old, pregnant women, pregnant women, people with disabilities and comorbidities, health, education, security forces, road transport Intended for professionals.

During the week, vaccinations will continue from 9 am to 3 pm at all health units in the city.

Vitapolis and Sababano will be vaccinated until 6 pm

The suburbano and Vitápolis health units have extended vaccination schedules and are always vaccinated from Monday to Friday until 18:00.


Measles is an infectious and infectious disease that can cause serious complications such as blindness, deafness, neurological changes, and death. Transmission occurs from person to person by coughing, sneezing, talking, or breathing.

The only way to prevent this disease is immunization. A 1-year-old child will be vaccinated with a triple virus vaccine (for measles, mumps and chickenpox), and a 15-month-old child will be vaccinated with a tetravirus vaccine (for measles, mumps and chickenpox).


Influenza virus infection is caused by contact with secretions from the respiratory tract and is eliminated by the infected person when talking, coughing, or sneezing. It also occurs when contaminated hands or objects come into contact with mucous membranes (mouth, eyes, nose).


Covid-19 is an acute respiratory infection caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which has a high infection rate and may be globally distributed.

The virus can spread from the infected person’s mouth and nose to small liquid particles released during coughing, sneezing, talking, singing, and breathing.

Infection can occur if you inhale the virus while around someone with Covid-19, or if you touch the contaminated surface and then rub your eyes, nose, or mouth with your hands. The virus spreads more easily indoors and in the crowd.

Use of mask

The use of masks is directly related to the fight against influenza, measles, and the Covid-19 virus. This is to help carry the virus and block the droplets that come out of the infected person’s mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. Or speak.

The mask acts as an obstacle to prevent the virus from infecting others or contaminating nearby objects. It is completely safe for the user, but if it is disposable, it should be disinfected or dumped in the trash after each use.

It is important for everyone to wear a mask, as many people are infected and have no symptoms, but they infect others with the virus. Even those who are already vaccinated should use it. Vaccines prevent symptoms, but not infections.

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