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See the country’s vaccination schedule this year – 01/31/2023 – Equilíbrio e Saúde

See the country’s vaccination schedule this year – 01/31/2023 – Equilíbrio e Saúde

the Ministry of Health The 2023 National Vaccination Program schedule will begin with vaccination against Covid-19 in the high-risk group. The proceedings will begin on February 27.

For people at higher risk of severe forms of the disease, the bivalent Pfizer vaccine will be used. This form is an immunogenic update that uses the original strain of SARS-CoV-2 and the omicron variable BA 1.

It is also expected that the influenza campaign will intensify in April, before the onset of winter, when low temperatures lead to an increase in cases of respiratory diseases.

There will also be a multi-vaccination measure against polio and measles in schools, which must take place from May onwards.

According to the Ministry of Health, the phases and phases have been regulated according to existing stocks, new order submissions and delivery commitments made by vaccine manufacturers.

“[O calendário] They can be changed, developed or overlapped, if the delivery scenario is modified or once new laboratory applications are approved by Anvisa (the national health surveillance agency),” Vol said, in a note.

The schedule was agreed with KONAS (National Board of Health Trustees), KONASSEMS (National Board of Municipal Health Trustees), and technicians and specialists from Ctai (Technical Advisory Chamber for Immunization). At the first meeting of the committee in 2023 Tripartite Internal Directors (CIT).

See table

Stage 1 – February

Vaccination against COVID-19 (booster with bivalent vaccine)

(population estimate: 52 million)

the target audience:

  • people most likely to develop severe forms of Covid-19;
  • people over 60 years old;
  • Pregnant and postpartum women.
  • Immunocompromised patients.
  • disabled people;
  • people who live in long-stay institutions;
  • indigenous, riparian and quilombola peoples;
  • Health workers and health workers.

Stage 2 – March

Intensify vaccination against COVID-19

the target audience:

  • All residents over the age of 12.

Step 3 – March

Intensify vaccination against COVID-19 among children and adolescents

the target audience:

  • Children between the ages of 6 months and 17 years.

Strategies and procedures:

mobilize the school community, from kindergarten through high school with two weeks of mobilization and mentoring activities; Inform students, parents, and guardians of the need to take the vaccination booklet for assessment.

Stage 4 – April

Flu vaccination

the target audience:

  • people over 60 years old;
  • adolescents in social and educational measures;
  • Truck drivers and truck drivers.
  • children between 6 months and 4 years old;
  • Armed forces;
  • security and rescue forces;
  • Pregnant and postpartum women.
  • disabled people;
  • People with comorbidities.
  • population deprived of their liberty;
  • indigenous, riparian and quilombola peoples;
  • teachers and professors.
  • public transportation professionals;
  • Port professionals
  • professionals from the regime of deprivation of liberty;
  • health workers and their workers.

Step 5 – May

Multiple immunizations against polio and measles in schools

Strategies and procedures:

school community mobilization, with two weeks of mobilization and mentoring activities; reduce unpollinated sinuses; Inform students, parents, and guardians of the need to take the vaccination booklet for assessment.

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