Covid-19: São Paulo announces vaccination for pregnant women and disabled people

The vaccination of pregnant women and puerperal women with comorbidities above the age of 18 will start on May 11. The São Paulo state government estimates that 100,000 women comprise this group.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Pregnant and postpartum women, disabled people, and people with comorbidities will be vaccinated against Covid-19 as of next week in São Paulo. The announcement was made May 5 by the São Paulo state government.

The vaccination of pregnant and puerperal women with comorbidities above 18 will start on May 11. The São Paulo state government estimates that there are 100,000 women in this group.

Pregnant women with comorbidities may be immunized at any gestational stage. However, puerperal (postpartum) women will be vaccinated up to 45 days after giving birth.

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