The technical team of the Ministry of Health coordinates measures in provincial and municipal vaccines to increase ambition and record data related to the campaign against measles and rubbish. The province has up to now recorded a 65% increase in a certain age.
According to the planning of the Enlarged Immunization Program (PAI), under the guidance of the Ministry of Health in the management of epidemiology of immunization against measles and rubella with a booster dose for a triple viral vaccine for children from 13 years of age and five, the province has recorded a target of 65 percent to date. In the context of the 95 percent forecast; data convened the health team's technical team to complete the sanitary target.
During the meeting, 55 003 children were vaccinated against measles and rubella and 30 221 vaccines were missing.
In particular and according to the EPI records, 12,052 doses were used in children aged 13 to 23 months (70 percent); 13,280 doses for 2-year-old boys (61 percent); There have been vaccinations of 14848 doses of 3 years old (65 per cent) and 14 823 4 years old.
In this context, a management meeting was organized between the Sub-Secretariat of the Integrated Health Services Network; Directorate for Epidemiology; PAI Mother and Child Health Management Team; first focus direction; Sumar Program and Nursing Department.
Given that there are 16 days left until the end of the campaign, 389 health ministries were mandated to receive vaccinations in hospitals, health centers and Community Integration Centers (CICs). In addition to recruitment strategies, focus was given to health promotion.
Paraná, Concordia, Gualeguaychú and Uruguayan departments will, in due course, strengthen the coverage and recording of data, which was timely dialogue with departmental healthcare coordinators.
Guillermo Zanuttini, secretary of the Department of Integrated Health Services Network, said that this week, effectors were able to provide the 35 percent coverage they needed. "The component that is always at the first level is vaccination and it is urgent to increase the coverage of Parana, Concordia, Gualeguaychú and Concepción del Uruguay," he stated.
Zanuttini added: "There are special health responsibilities in the program area and the scope of the health care teams includes the area."
Consideration was also given to the need to intensify the vaccination of BCG and hepatitis B in the framework of a joint meeting and the registration of immunizations.
Director of Epidemiology Diego Garcilazo attended the meeting; Head of PAI Albana Gavini; The first focus director Norma Hernadez, as well as part of the CUS – Sumar Maternity and Childhood Care and Management Division.