RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Fortaleza Pastor Davi Góes was subpoenaed by the Ceará Prosecutor's Office (MPCE) to testify following the release of a video in which he states that the Coronavac vaccine, manufactured by Sinovac pharmaceutical company in partnership with the Butantan Institute in São Paulo, causes cancer and contains HIV.
The MPCE asks that the religious leader be held civilly and criminally liable for spreading "false news" about the vaccine on social media. Prosecutor Ricardo Sant'Anna granted a 15-day deadline for the pastor to produce "his technical, scientific, health or medical skills" that could . . .