São Paulo City Hall expects vaccination for people age 40 by Wednesday

According to mayor Ricardo Nunes, the advance was possible because the capital received 130 thousand doses of vaccine against Covid-19 on Saturday.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo City Hall brought forward vaccination against Covid-19 for people aged 40 to this Wednesday, July 7.

The age group, estimated at 134,000 people, was scheduled for Thursday, July 8. According to mayor Ricardo Nunes (MDB), the anticipation was possible because the capital received 130,000 doses of vaccine on Saturday.

This Monday, people 41 years or older are being immunized

Those who belong to eligible groups previously opened can also be vaccinated. See the complete list and vaccination points below.

The City points out that all available vaccines have been . . .

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