The Ministry of Health will expand telehealth services and connectivity in the Indigenous Health Houses (Casai) that welcome the Yanomami population, in Roraima. The idea is that the action minimizes the travel required for care and optimizes the care provided to local patients.
According to the ministry, the units covered serve around a thousand indigenous people monthly. The new services will prioritize child and women’s health care and the mental health of patients.
“We are going to bring digital health into the National Indigenous Health Policy. It is the first digital health experience within Casai”, highlights the Secretary of Indigenous Health, Ricardo Weibe.
Head of the department, Minister Nísia Trindade has said that the action represents a milestone for the SUS (Unified Health System) — especially if one considers that less than a year ago the ministry declared a Public Health Emergency of National Importance in the face of the coronavirus crisis. health among the Yanomami.
Singer Rico Dalasam will release his third studio album, “Escuro Brilhante, Último Dia no Orfanato Tia Guga (EBUDNOTG)” next Thursday (14). A preview of the work could already be seen by the artist’s fans at some of their recent shows, where tracks from the new work were presented.
“I realized that the duality, which always accompanies my work, this time wants to show itself from love to orphanhood”, says Dalasam, when talking about the creative process surrounding the album. “If I wanted to take a step forward in love, I need to go back to the orphanage in my story,” he concludes.
with BIANKA VIEIRA, KARINA MATIAS It is MANOELLA SMITH
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