Rio’s Mayor suspends Covid vaccination due to insufficient doses (February 15th)

The administration of vaccines in seniors aged 84 and 83, scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, February 15th and 16th, is still on schedule, according to Paes.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - No carnival, and now, no more vaccines. Rio de Janeiro mayor Eduardo Paes said on Monday morning, February 15th, that the immunization campaign against Covid-19 in the city will be suspended due to lack of vaccine doses.

The administration of vaccines in seniors aged 84 and 83, scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, February 15th and 16th, is still on, according to Paes.

"We are ready and we have already immunized 244,852 people. We only need vaccines to arrive. A new batch should be coming from [the] Butatan Institute next week," the mayor wrote on . . .

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