Brazil Negotiates Chartering Planes to Bring Oxford Vaccine from India

The plan is to send two jumbo jets to bring the material. One of them would fly to India to collect the two million ready doses to be delivered by the Serum Institute.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid criticism for the delay in setting the "D-Day" for the start of vaccination, the Brazilian government is negotiating chartering airplanes to collect the doses of the first Oxford vaccines to be administered in Brazil and also supplies for the production of new immunizers against Covid.

The plan is to send two Boeing aircraft to bring the material. One of them would fly to India to collect the two million ready doses to be delivered by the Serum Institute, one of the centers linked to AstraZeneca to produce the Oxford vaccine.

The other would fly . . .

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