Rio Begins Immunizing the Elderly Against Covid-19

In order to be vaccinated, the elderly must bring their ID card and, if possible, the vaccination booklet.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Today, February 1st, the municipality of Rio de Janeiro began vaccinating the elderly over 99 years of age against Covid-19. People aged 80 and over will be vaccinated until February 27th.

Immunization is being conducted in 236 family clinics and municipal healthcare centers, in addition to posts in the drive-thru system. According to the schedule, on each day of this first week there will be a specific age until reaching the elderly over 95, that is, on Tuesday, February 2nd, the elderly aged over 98 will be immunized; on Wednesday, February 3rd, those aged . . .

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