1.5 million Coronavac doses delivered to Brazilian government by Butantan

Butantan expects to reach the 46 million doses promised in the first agreement with the Ministry of Health, by the end of April.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A new batch of 1.5 million doses of the Coronavac vaccine, developed by the Chinese laboratory Sinovac and produced in Brazil by the Butantan Institute, was delivered this Monday, April 12th, to the Ministry of Health.

With the delivery of the vaccines, the total of Coronavac units passed on by the São Paulo government-owned institution to the Ministry of Health since January reaches 39.7 million doses. The doses will be sent to the PNI (National Program of Immunization) to be distributed to the states, proportionally to their population.

Thus, Butantan expects to . . .

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