Bolsonaro Adamant That Covid-19 Vaccine Will Not Be Compulsory in Brazil

Last Friday, October 16th, Bolsonaro had already signaled that the government would not force the population to be vaccinated.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro reiterated on Monday, October 19th, that a potential vaccine against Covid-19 will not be obligatory. The Chief Executive mentioned that the Minister of Health himself, Eduardo Pazuello, has stated that immunization will not be compulsory, although it is offered free of charge by the government.

"The law is very clear and the Ministry of Health defines it. My Minister of Health has already said that . . .

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