Covid Vaccination in São Paulo City Should Only Start on March 23rd

Once vaccination is available to the general population, campaigns will be organized to advise people when and where to go, according to São Paulo Municipal Health Secretary Edson Aparecido.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Elderly people over 75 years of age will be immunized against Covid-19 only as of March 23rd in the state capital, according to São Paulo Municipal Health Secretary Edson Aparecido. However, the date is "an estimate", because it depends on the reception of the vaccine doses.

Vaccination of healthcare professionals in the municipal network began on Tuesday, January 19th, at the Dr. José Soares Hungria Municipal Hospital, in Pirituba, north zone. This stage of the priority phase, which also includes the elderly in nursing homes and indigenous communities, should continue throughout February and March . . .

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