For the capital of Rio Grande do Norte, the numbers published by the website RN+ Vaccine account for the following quantities: among the doses received are 1,912,890 from Coronavac/Butantã, 1,916,180 from Oxford/Astrazeneca, 2,753,010 from Pfizer and Janssen.

Of the totals listed above, we have the following distribution arrangement: 794,926 of the first dose and 805,266 of the second dose for Coronavac/Butantã; 915,720 first dose and 964,975 second dose to Oxford/Astrazeneca; 1,040,706 first dose and 857,418 second dose, with 468,354 booster shots for Pfizer; and 58,080 from the first dose for Janssen.

The technical reserve, that is, the stock of vaccines available in the city, brings the following numbers for the first dose: 312,366 doses of Coronavac/Butantã; 34,510 doses of Oxford/Astrazeneca; and 16,586 doses of Pfizer. For the second dose the stock is 22,340 doses from Pfizer.

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The priority groups for the vaccination campaign are: Elderly people over 75 years old (111,798), institutionalized elderly (14,602), indigenous population (3,767), quilombola population (9,212) and health workers (121,875).

From January 17, 2022, the Municipal Health Department of Natal will train vaccinators to use the Covid-19 vaccine in children aged five to 11 years. The training will be held in the auditorium of the Ministry of Health Surveillance and will be chaired by Veruska Ramos, head of the Vaccination Preventable Diseases Unit.

During the training, technical and operational information about Pfizer's immunosuppressant will be passed on to this audience, as the presentation and attention are different from previous audiences.

“The interval between the first and second dose is eight weeks, and another important point to emphasize is that children can only take the Covid vaccine when they are 15 days apart from the normal vaccine. Children are also given a different dose of 0.2ml,” explained Veruska.

Rio Grande do Norte Christmas Vaccination

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From January 18th, Natal City Hall begins to vaccinate children aged 5 to 11 against Covid-19. Initially, children with permanent or permanent disabilities will be vaccinated thanks to 4,550 doses of the vaccine.

To mark the beginning of the public vaccination campaign, the Municipal Health Department of Natal will campaign in the vaccination room of Shopping Midway Mall, at 10 am.

To be vaccinated, the child must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who must have an ID or birth certificate, proof of residence in Natal and some documents that prove permanent disability or comorbidities. The parent must also register the child in advance with the RN+ Vaccines.

SMS Natal has allocated exclusive points for vaccination of this public, which will be at Shopping Midway Mall – from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 am to 9 pm, and on Sundays, from 3 pm to 9 pm; at Partage Norte Shopping – Tuesday to Sunday, from 2pm to 8pm.

In addition to these points, SMS Natal will provide two Basic Health Units, per Sanitary District, operating from Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 3 pm, with a one-hour break for lunch. Check the locations:

Vaccination Calendar in Natal – North 1

  • UBS Pajuçara: Rua Maracaí, S/N, Conjunto Pajuçara
  • USF Nova Natal : Rua Do Pastoril, Nova Natal, Lagoa Azul

Christmas Vaccination Calendar – north 2

  • USF Vale Dourado: Rua Irmã Vitória, N° 02, Igapó
  • USF Panatis: Rua Das Pimenteiras, S/N, Panatis

Christmas Vaccination Calendar –South

  • UBS Ponta Negra: Rua Dr. José Medeiros, 01. Ponta Negra
  • Planalto UBS: Rua Miramangue, 08. Planalto

Christmas Vaccination Calendar – East

  • USF Rocas: Rua Francisco Bicalho, S/N, Rocas
  • UBS Alecrim: Rua Fonseca e Silva, No. 1129, Alecrim

Christmas Vaccination Calendar – West

  • UM Felipe Camarão II: Rua Santa Cristina, N° 882, Felipe Camarão
  • USF Bairro Nordeste: Rua alto da Bela Vista, N° 492, Bairro Nordeste

The Municipal Health Department of Natal (SMS), through the Department of Health Surveillance (DVS) and the Center for Strategic Information on Health Surveillance (CIEVS), detected two cases of the Ômicron variant of Covid-19 in the capital at the beginning of the year. January.

The cases were identified in laboratory analysis of samples collected on December 20 that tested positive for Sars-CoV-2. The samples were sent to Lacen-RN and forwarded to Fiocruz for genome sequencing.

According to the coordinator of CIEVS Natal, Tárcio Lopes, on December 21 the center received a call from an infectious disease specialist who had seen two Angolan patients with flu symptoms the day before in a private office. “On January 3, we received the genome sequencing results,” he said.

Patients were investigated and followed up by CIEVS Natal from notification until the day of the sequencing result. “They were two young people who took two doses of the vaccine. Both are doing well, with mild symptoms and no need for hospitalization. They completed the isolation period as instructed by the attending physician. They have already recovered without sequelae or complaints”, said Aline Delgado, head of the Epidemiological Surveillance Unit.

SMS asks people to exercise caution in the prevention of Covid-19, such as wearing masks properly, washing their hands or sanitizing with alcohol gel 70%, maintaining social distance and not agglomeration.

The health posts listed below, according to the Vaccination Posts website, are considered to have an immunization room, that is, they have a physical structure for care and vaccination, but do not necessarily have vaccines against COVID-19 or any other disease. It is worth contacting by phone to ensure that there are no mishaps at the time of vaccination.






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