Kovid-19 immunization is being started in at least five hospitals in BH

Kovid-19 immunization is being started in at least five hospitals in BH

Priority is given to health professionals who are at the forefront of the fight against the disease

Several hospitals in Belo Horizonte administered immunizations to their professionals as soon as they received coronavirus doses on Tuesday afternoon (19).

The first immunocompromised patient at the Hospital Das Clinicas (HC) in UFMG was a nurse named CTI Adult Antonio Alves Ribeiro, 61. “I was very happy to be the first. The vaccine is scientifically safe,” he says.

The High Court received 2,500 doses of the vaccine. Immunizations are first administered by care professionals working in the hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU). “The vaccine not only controls the epidemic in the world, but also provides a perspective on safe work within the hospital,” said hospital superintendent Andrea Maria Silveira.

In Santa Casa, 1,500 professionals will be vaccinated this Wednesday (20) morning. Priority will be given to those in the front line against Kovid-19. “This day will go down in history. We are starting to vaccinate our people. There are so many valuable people, working tirelessly, so many people are on the verge of exhaustion. .

Nurse Thays Moreira was one of the first people to be vaccinated in Santa Casa. “It was a feeling of joy and happiness and above all a sense of gratitude. We must believe in science in our SUS.

At the Minas Gerais State Social Security Institute (IPSING), 56 senior CTI workers have already been vaccinated. The main target is the top professionals of Kovid-19.

Immunizations were also started at Eduardo de Menezes (HEM) and Julia Kubitschek (JJK) hospitals., Femig Network Units are references to the treatment of Kovid-19 cases in the capital.

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Over the next few days, about 2,300 hospital staff will be vaccinated, with 800 from HEM and more than 1,500 from HJK. Areas like ICU and wards will be given priority.

Immunization will take place daily in both units from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. In Julia Kubitschek, a training room has been designed for applying doses. In Eduardo de Menezes, professionals are treated in a vaccination room with two offices.

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