São Paulo Governor Announces First Lot of 120,000 Coronavac Doses for November 20th

While São Paulo is importing these vaccines, Brazilian health regulator has suspended a clinical trial for China’s Sinovac coronavirus vaccine citing a severe adverse event, surprising the trial organisers who countered there had been a death but it was unrelated to the vaccine.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - São Paulo Governor João Doria announced yesterday, November 9th, that the first 120,000 doses of the Coronavac vaccine will reach the state on November 20th. According to the governor, a total of six million doses of the immunizer used against the novel coronavirus are expected by December 30th.

The Coronavac is in phase 3 trials, the last to confirm its efficacy, but still has no . . .

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