RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The city of São Paulo will start this Monday (12) to vaccinate against Covid-19 those who are 37 years old, approximately 149,000 people. The dates for younger age residents have not yet been announced by the city government.
To be immunized, the person must look for one of the 468 basic health units (BHU) in the city, or integrated ambulatory care units (AMA), specialized care services (SAE), vaccination mega posts, a network of partner pharmacies, or the more than 130 mobile posts, which operate exclusively in drive-thru system.
The nearest vaccination location . . .