Brazil pledges Covid vaccines to ‘brother countries’

From the middle of this year, Brazil will be self-sufficient in covid-19 vaccine, said the Secretary for Bilateral Negotiations Kenneth Félix Haczynski da Nóbrega , which "opens the prospect of a greater Brazilian contribution to the supply of vaccines in the not distant future."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With a low-level representation, Brazil reiterated this Wednesday before the Ibero-American Summit in Andorra its commitment to supply covid vaccines to "brother countries in the not distant future."

Brazil "is working for equitable access to vaccines for all countries," said Kenneth Félix Haczynski da Nóbrega, Brazil's Secretary for Bilateral Negotiations in the Middle East, Europe, and Africa.

Da Nóbrega spoke about the need to strengthen "health diplomacy" to favor access to vaccines against covid-19 to less developed countries, a task in which Brazil can add its efforts.

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