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Brazil: Chinese COVID-19 vaccine may launched February 2021
Brazil: Chinese COVID-19 vaccine may launched February 2021. Brazil’s Minister of Health: China’s COVID-19 vaccine may be put into use in February next year.
Overseas Network, December 17th. On the 16th local time, the Brazilian Minister of Health stated that the two COVID-19 vaccines produced by China and the United Kingdom may be put into use in Brazil in February next year (2021).
According to Reuters, Brazil’s Minister of Health Eduardo Pazuello (Eduardo Pazuello) attended a meeting on the 16th to discuss the COVID-19 vaccination plan. After the meeting, he said that the Health Inspection Agency can start in January 2021. Analyzing the data of vaccines being tested in Brazil, “may start in mid-February, we can receive and register these vaccines to start the (vaccination) plan.”
The report mentioned that the Brazilian Federal Government has reached an agreement on vaccines with the United Kingdom. At the same time, the State of São Paulo and related Chinese companies.
Brazilian President Bolsonaro: I will not get the COVID-19 vaccine, this is my right
On November 26, local time, Brazilian President Bolsonaro stated that he would not receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Bolsonaro has always expressed doubts about the COVID-19 vaccination plan and once joked that he only needs to vaccinate his dog.
According to Reuters, on the evening of November 26, Bolsonaro said in a speech that he would not be vaccinated against the COVID-19, and Congress is unlikely to require Brazilians to be vaccinated.
“I will not accept it, it is my right.” Bolsonaro said.
Bolsonaro also doubted the usefulness of wearing masks. He believes that there is almost no conclusive evidence that masks can effectively prevent the spread of the virus.
Previously, Bolsonaro repeatedly stated that Brazilians do not need to be vaccinated when the COVID-19 vaccine is widely used worldwide.
Bolsonaro was diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus on July 7 and announced on July 25 that his latest virus test result was negative.
The latest data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States shows that as of November 27, Pacific Time, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronavirus pneumonia in Brazil exceeded 6.2 million, and the cumulative number of deaths exceeded 171,000. At present, the number of cumulative confirmed cases in Brazil ranks third in the world, second only to the United States and India; the cumulative number of deaths ranks second in the world, second only to the United States.