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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A federal court in Manaus has suspended the distribution there of the vaccine against Covid-19 developed by Oxford University, in partnership with the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. The suspension should be in force until the city prepares a vaccination plan in conformity with the Ministry of Health's national plan.

In her decision, taken on Tuesday, January 26th, Judge Jaiza Maria Pinto Fraxe, of the 1st Civil District Court of Amazonas, states that distribution in Manaus may be restored "provided that the priority rules already established across the country are observed, and there may be no . . .

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