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J.P Nunes de Moraes
Jul 25, 2021
In Around Brasilia
The Instituto de Preservação e Defesa de Felídeos da Fauna Silvestre do Brasil em Processo de Extinção (NEX) is a non-governmental organization that is caring for native Brazilian jaguars and pumas that were rescued from the wild and/or animal trafficking. They are running a sanctuary near Corumbá, located about 80 km from Brasilia and it is open for visitors on weekends. NEX was founded in 2001 with the aim to create a safe sanctuary for jaguars and pumas that were injured in the wild and rescued from animal trafficking. As a non-governmental organization it relies solely on donations from the public and the generosity from the weekend visitors. Now a visit to the refuge is not like you are visiting a zoo. It starts at 9:30 with a healthy breakfast, after that you will learn about the individual history of each jaguar and puma as well as a tour through the sanctuary. You will learn about the work involved in keeping these magnificent animals in a natural habitat as much as possible. Lunch is served at a waterfall nearby and you can have a swim as well. In the afternoon you will be part of the feeding of the jaguars and pumas and all is capped off with afternoon coffee. The fee for the day is R$200 per person (Children under 10 R$100) and includes all activities and meals. And all profits will be spent on the upkeep of the sanctuary and feeding the animals. So you will not only have a unforgettable day with these magnificent creatures, but you will also support this great organization so it can operate for years to come. Click on the picture below for more information.
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J.P Nunes de Moraes
Apr 07, 2021
In GENERAL INFO ABOUT BRASILIA
Assistance at Tourist Assistance Centers (CAT) is carried out in person.Information on tourist products and services in the Federal District and Surroundings is offered and maps, tourist guides and promotional materials are distributed individually. All services are public and free. Open from Monday to Monday, from 9 am to 6 pm Locations: CAT Tea House - Praça dos Três Poderes CAT Setor Hoteleiro Sul - Quadra 1, next to the Hotel Nacional CAT Setor Hoteleiro Norte - Quadra 1, next to the Kubitschek Plaza CAT Rodoviária Interstate - SMAS, Section 4, Set 5, 6 - Asa Sul CAT Torre Digital - Digital TV Tower of Brasília, 001 - Lago Norte Contact: Phone: +55(61) 3214-2742 E-mail: atendimento@setur.df.gov.br website: www.turismo.df.gov.br For information about other Museums and cultural attractions in Brasilia, visit: www.cultura.df.gov.br www.vemviverbrasilia.df.gov.br Click on Image to download Touristic Map Information: tourism;
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J.P Nunes de Moraes
Apr 07, 2021
In Other Medical Topics
The Unified Health System (SUS) created an identification card for Brazilian citizens and residents of the country. The idea of ​​the SUS card is to organize patients so that they can use the public health system. This card contains all the dates and places where the patient received care, which services were provided, by which professional and which procedures were performed. The idea of ​​the card is to organize and systematize the service provided, since it generates a national identification number that facilitates access to the service network. Thus, the card facilitates the communication of health services. With the SUS card, the user will be able to access the Citizen Health Portal and thus consult their history of records of health actions and services in the system. Information is included, such as: hospital admissions, with data on outpatient care of medium and high complexity and purchase of medicines in the Popular Pharmacy program. Names of the health professionals who attended you, the period, the name of the hospital and the clinical and surgical procedures performed. The card is free and can be requested in person at the Municipal Health Department, or at a SUS Health Unit or over the internet. For the issuance of the card, it is necessary to present: Identity document (RG); CPF (Cadastro de Pessoa Física); Birth certificate or marriage certificate. In some municipalities, proof of residence is required, such as a water, electricity or telephone bill How to apply for the SUS card over the internet? The request is simple and the card will be ready for printing immediately. Access the official website of meuDigiSUS at https://meudigisus.saude.gov.br/menu/home; Click on "Login" next to "Hello - Login to view your health data"; Log in with your “gov.br” Portal registration (www.gov.br). If you do not have this registration, create a new account; Check the information that “meuDigiSUS” can access and, being in agreement, click on “Authorize” to proceed; On the main page of "myDigiSUS", click on "My health"; Next to your name and “My National Health Card”, click on “Access”; With the card displayed in the browser, click on the icon in the upper right corner of the screen to download it. The file must come in the “png” format; On the same page as the previous step, you can view your card's QR code; And ready, just make the impression. Another option is to download the Connect SUS app, with the login the system downloads your SUS card and makes it available for online presentation. Click on Image to Obtain Your SUS Card SUS card; public health card; Sistema Único de Saúde
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J.P Nunes de Moraes
Apr 07, 2021
In Other Medical Topics
The Basic Health Units (formerly known as Health Centers, Health Posts, Family Clinics), are Primary Care establishments. Each Basic Health Unit (UBS) is responsible for health care for a defined population; thus, each citizen now has a reference UBS from their home address. The basic health units have family health teams (eSF) that are composed of doctors, nurses, nursing technicians and community health agents and oral health teams (eSB) Assistance for minor emergencies, such as: Fever, earache, sore throat, headache, toothache, stomach ache, nausea and vomiting, diarrhoea, problems with breastfeeding, palpitation, malaise, minor injuries, high blood pressure, diabetes, minor burns, animal bite or scratch, insect bites, hives, ingrown toenails, dressing changes, weakness, tremors, stitch removal, cholesterol problems, alcohol or other drug problems, menstrual problems, suspected pregnancy, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, suspected dengue, bloating, and other problems that do not put your life at risk. Note: In emergencies that put your life at risk, such as a heart attack, stroke, fractures, traffic accidents, serious injuries, falls from heights, seizures, unconsciousness, labour, major bleeding, you should immediately seek medical attention. It is also on the Basic Health Unit that you will be receiving care and services such as: Monitoring of chronic diseases, including hypertension and diabetes; Monitoring and treatment of leprosy and tuberculosis; Diagnostic test, treatment and monitoring of dengue, zika, yellow fever and other viruses (transmissible by vectors - mosquitoes); Dressings, removal of stitches, exchange of probes, sutures and small procedures; Reproductive planning, insertion of IUDs, delivery of condoms (male and female) and other contraceptive methods; Rapid pregnancy test and prenatal care; Vaccination (can be performed in any unit that provides the service, regardless of where you live) Collection of laboratory tests; Making of SUS Card; (See specific posting) Delivery of medicines and basic supplies; Prevention, counselling, testing and treatment of HIV / AIDS, Hepatitis, Syphilis and other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs); Cervical and breast cancer screening; Administration of medications and nebulization, among other actions and services; Mental health; Oral health (Dentist); Ways of Access: Reception at any Basic Health Unit is guaranteed to every citizen. You will be welcomed by a professional from the team, who will listen to your report of complaints or need for information and, from that, the need for immediate care (acute and more serious cases), procedures, vaccination, scheduling (for residents of the city) will be evaluated. Area of ​​coverage of the team / unit) or referral to the health unit responsible for the user's home territory. Note: Vaccination can be performed in any UBS that provides this service, regardless of where you live. Necessary documentation: Official photo ID (3X4) National SUS Card (Sistema Único de Saúde Card) – I can be solicitated in the unit It is recommended to bring proof of residence (not mandatory) Opening hours: The opening hours of the Basic Health Units (BHU) vary according to the type of Unit and the number of teams that work in it. All Basic Health Units must be open to the public uninterruptedly from opening hours until closing times. Usually from 08:00h to 17:00h. Service priority: Service priority is defined through the Risk Classification, a process of prioritizing services by assessing the severity of a situation presented, using clinical and vulnerability criteria. Locations: Phones and location: (Important Notice – due to high demand and low budged, many of the listed numbers do not work. It’s very difficult to get information by phone from the Basic Units). The service locations and other information on the operation of the Basic Units are available on the SES / DF Situation Room Portal, available on the InfoSaúdeDF website clicking on the image bellow. For the list of Basic Health Units, click on the image Health; emergencies; treatment; SUS
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J.P Nunes de Moraes
Mar 17, 2021
In Restaurants
Arabic food and bar – Asa Sul - Águas Claras Libanus has more than 30 years and it serves a really good Lebanese cuisine with a touch of Brazil to some of the dishes. It’s a restaurant as well as a bar so, nothing fancy. Just the tradicional “quadra” from plano piloto corner with good food. Its crowded, usually very crowded, so it is for times of seen people mood, specially from happy hour on. Prices are very fair. Beer is always cold (regular Brazilian labels only), service usually has quality since a lot of the waiters are there for a very long time. For food I would recommend any of the “combinados árabes” a mix of arabic specialities, or my favourite: File a Tropical, pieces of mignon mixed with melted cheese inside a carved pineapple, it also comes with fries, arroz á grega (pilaf) and farofa. Take notice that all meals are served voluptuously. It’s a good place for a happy hour in Asa Sul. PS. There is also a new unit in Águas Claras. Asa sul; Arabic food, happy hour; bar; delivery ; take out; quibe; hummus
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J.P Nunes de Moraes
Mar 11, 2021
In Restaurants
This place is a happy environment in town. There are 3 units, Asa Norte, Sul and Terraço Shopping at Sudoeste. Asa Sul is the original one and the one I recommend. The food is really good, drinks out of tequila are a must. I personally love the chilli deep with margaritas. There are different spice burger types all very good. The environment is collorful and takes you back to a Mexican villa atmosphere. Buffet for lunch and menu at night. Click on Image for Web Page Ceviche; burguers; chilli; tacos, quesadillas; desserts; margaritas; tequila
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